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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
In 1836 Gen. Sam Houston ([[Dennis Quaid]]) organizes a rebel army to liberate Texas from the brutal rule of Mexican dictator General Santa Anna ([[Emilio Echevarría]]). Though vastly outnumbered, Gen. Houston's volunteer army includes such folkloric figures as Jim Bowie ([[Jason Patric]]) and Davy Crockett ([[Billy Bob Thornton]]). As Santa Anna's forces advance on San Antonio, the legendary general and his men prepare for a final heroic standoff at a battle-worn mission called the Alamo.
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Based on the 1836 standoff between a group of Texan and Tejano men, led by Davy Crockett ([[Billy Bob Thornton]]) and Jim Bowie ([[Jason Patric]]), and Mexican dictator Santa Anna's ([[Emilio Echevarría]]) forces at the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.
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==Trivia==
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#Feature film debut of [[Patrick Wilson]]
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#All the actors and extras playing the Alamo defenders were assigned actual names of the defenders killed in battle.
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#Several of the extras in the movie were actual descendants of the defenders of the Alamo or people who took part in the Texas Revolution.
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#[[Billy Bob Thornton]] learned to play the violin for some scenes that required it.
   
 
==Male Deaths==
 
==Male Deaths==
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*[[Tom Davidson]] [Colonel Green Jameson]
 
*[[Tom Davidson]] [Colonel Green Jameson]
 
*[[Craig Erickson]] [Tom Waters]
 
*[[Craig Erickson]] [Tom Waters]
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*[[Stewart Finlay-McLennan]] [James Grant]
 
*[[Jett Garner]] [Grey #2]
 
*[[Jett Garner]] [Grey #2]
 
*[[Charles E. Gray]] [Alamo Defender]
 
*[[Charles E. Gray]] [Alamo Defender]
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*[[Kevin Page]] [Micajah Autry]
 
*[[Kevin Page]] [Micajah Autry]
 
*[[Jason Patric]] [Jim Bowie]
 
*[[Jason Patric]] [Jim Bowie]
*[[Turk Pipkin]] [Issac Millsaps]
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*[[Robert C. Pemelton]] [Texan Soldier]
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*[[Turk Pipkin]] [Isaac Millsaps]
 
*[[Robert Prentiss]] [Albert Grimes]
 
*[[Robert Prentiss]] [Albert Grimes]
 
*[[Steven Chester Prince]] [Lieutenant John Forsythe]
 
*[[Steven Chester Prince]] [Lieutenant John Forsythe]
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*[[Billy Bob Thornton]] [Davy Crockett]
 
*[[Billy Bob Thornton]] [Davy Crockett]
 
*[[Clint Tidwell]] [Texan Defender]
 
*[[Clint Tidwell]] [Texan Defender]
*[[Roland Uribe]] [Colonel Duque]
 
 
*[[Patrick Wilson]] [William Baret Travis]
 
*[[Patrick Wilson]] [William Baret Travis]
 
*[[Tony Wolford]] [Crockett's Group of Men]
 
*[[Tony Wolford]] [Crockett's Group of Men]
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==Female Deaths==
 
==Female Deaths==
 
*[[Safia Gray]] [Ursula Veramendi]
 
*[[Safia Gray]] [Ursula Veramendi]
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Latest revision as of 19:56, April 7, 2018

The Alamo

The Alamo (2004)

Director: John Lee Hancock

SummaryEdit

Based on the 1836 standoff between a group of Texan and Tejano men, led by Davy Crockett (Billy Bob Thornton) and Jim Bowie (Jason Patric), and Mexican dictator Santa Anna's (Emilio Echevarría) forces at the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.

TriviaEdit

  1. Feature film debut of Patrick Wilson
  2. All the actors and extras playing the Alamo defenders were assigned actual names of the defenders killed in battle.
  3. Several of the extras in the movie were actual descendants of the defenders of the Alamo or people who took part in the Texas Revolution.
  4. Billy Bob Thornton learned to play the violin for some scenes that required it.

Male DeathsEdit

Female DeathsEdit

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