The Alamo Movie Summary
The Alamo is John Wayne’s epic film directorial debut about the famous the Battle of the Alamo. Sam Houston is in charge of a Texican army looking for its independence from Mexico, and he entrusts Colonel William Travis in defending the Alamo against General Santa Anna’s larger, better equipped, and better trained army. While Travis only has a few 100 men at his disposal, Jim Bowie is there to help with his knife and militia, and Davy Crockett is there with his Tennessean renegades.
Santa Anna’s troops lay siege to the Alamo for a total of 13 days, but one night, Bowie raises a white flag, and tries to take out the biggest Mexican canon Santa Anna’s army has. The Texicans are under the impression that reinforcements are on their way to help, but Colonel Fannin and his men fail to show up.
Crockett, sends the boy, Smitty, to Sam Houston to ask for help when it looks more and more the Mexican army will soon attack them.read full summary
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