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Johnny Shiloh: Part 2 

Based on real life "boy solider" Johnny Clem, a young boy is promoted to sergeant and encounters trouble while on a mission.

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James Neilson
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Keith ... Sergeant Gabe Trotter
Kevin Corcoran ... Johnny Lincoln Clem
Darryl Hickman ... Lieutenant Jeremiah Sullivan
Skip Homeier ... Captain MacPherson
Edward Platt ... General Thomas
Regis Toomey ... Mr. Clem
Rickie Sorensen Rickie Sorensen ... Rusty
Ben Morgan Ben Morgan ... Sam
Eddie Hodges ... Billy Jones
Hayden Rorke ... General Ulysses S. Grant
Dan Riss ... General Wheeler
Don C. Harvey ... Confederate Colonel (as Don Harvey)
Henry Wills ... Stark
Buck Taylor ... Josh
Billy Williams Billy Williams ... Blue Raider #1
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Based on real life "boy solider" Johnny Clem, a young boy is promoted to sergeant and encounters trouble while on a mission.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 January 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A Trusted Aide
10 March 2014 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

A couple of years have passed since Kevin Corcoran earned the nickname Johnny Shiloh at said battle and now he's got an honorary rank of sergeant like Lee Aaker did as corporal in Rin Tin Tin. He's also attached to General George H. Thomas's staff as a messenger. Johnny Shiloh's best friend Brian Keith hasn't done so bad either, he's gotten a battlefield commission and is now a lieutenant.

On a messenger mission they get separated and Keith is shot and Corcoran thinks him killed. He's captured by a Confederate outpost and is taken prisoner. The drummer boy from the Union Army is quite a celebrity and General Wheeler played by Dan Riss puts him in the special charge of young private Eddie Hodges.

The two unexpectedly bond as Hodges who is a dyed in the wool Confederate originally hates his duty. In the end that bond becomes important.

I doubt that a film that glorified the martial spirit could have been made later in the Sixties as this one was. Corcoran who at least for me can be annoying at times was good here and his scenes with Hodges have some special poignancy.


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