Three Legionnaires (1937)

07/10/1937 (US)
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Set in the post-WWI days in the Siberian tank town of Skzavoskanoff, U. S. Army Sergeant Chuck Connors and Private Jiimy Barton are charged with upholding the principles of American Democracy in the face of the exotic charms of Olga, and a dastardly plot by the phony General Stavinski and his treacherous aide. Finally the impostors are exposed.

  1. Hamilton MacFadden


Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong

    Sgt. Chuck Connors

  2. Lyle Talbot

    Lyle Talbot

    Pvt. Jimmy Barton

  3. Fifi D'Orsay


  4. Anne Nagel

    Anne Nagel


  5. Donald Meek

    Donald Meek

    Uriah S. Grant

  6. Man Mountain Dean

    Man Mountain Dean


  7. Stanley Fields

    Stanley Fields

    Gen. Stavinski

  8. Maurice Black

    Maurice Black

    Gen. Stavinski's aide

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Original Language English

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