Rudyard Kipling's
Soldiers Three
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture, copyright 1951

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The boys enjoy a pass to town

Sykes has an idea how to atone for the boys' latest misdeeds

The trio present Colonel Brunswick with their catch

The lads emerge from a sedan chair after their latest trip to town

Awaiting the captain's reprimand

The boys discuss the relative strengths of the infantry versus the cavalry

"But we done it for the Colonel!" Ackroyd protests after defending their leader against the cavalry's insults

Col. Brunswick puts a stop to the scoundrels' escapades

Ackroyd and Malloy save Sykes "from a watery grave"

The soldiers return after recovering their weapons from the bovine raiders

Ackroyd, Sykes, and Malloy defend the fort against the rebels

All photos copyright Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

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