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The Lost Patrol

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The Lost Patrol
Film poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by John Ford
Release Date 1934
Studio RKO Radio Pictures
Distributor RKO Radio Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Sergeant Victor McLaglen
Sanders Boris Karloff
Morelli Wallace Ford
Brown Reginald Denny
Quincannon J.M. Kerrigan
Hale Billy Bevan
Cook Alan Hale
Bell Brandon Hurst

The Lost Patrol is a 1934 World War I film directed by John Ford that stars Victor McLaglen and Boris Karloff. Small British patrol lost in a Mesopotamian desert. Unseen Arab snipers kill British soldiers, one by one. Sun, sand, heat... and only a small oasis gives hope for salvation. A remake of a 1929 British silent film of the same name, The Lost Patrol is believed to be the basis for the 1936 Soviet film The Thirteen (Trinadtsat), which in turn was remade as the 1943 World War II film Sahara directed by Zoltan Korda and the 1995 remake.

The following weapons are featured in the film The Lost Patrol:


Webley Mk VI Revolver

Webley Mk VI Revolver - .455 Webley
Quincannon (J.M. Kerrigan) holds Webley .455 Mk VI revolver. Quincannon also armed with the SMLE rifle


Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III

Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* - .303 British
British soldiers with Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III rifles
The Sergeant (Victor McLaglen) holds his SMLE rifle
Morelli (Wallace Ford) and his SMLE

Machine Guns

Lewis Machine Gun

Aircraft mounted Lewis Gun - .303 British
Aircraft mounted Lewis Gun can be seen on the upper wing of a biplane
The Sergeant holds Lewis machine gun
The Sergeant fires Lewis machine gun at the enemies

Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun

Vickers Aircraft Machine Gun - .303 British
British biplane armed with two Vickers machine guns mounted in the nose

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