United States Marine Corps

United States
In 1904, an American ex-patriate, Ion Pedecaris was kidnapped by a Moroccan Berber name Raisuni. Later released, this event became the basis for the movie, The wind and the Lion. U.S. Marines were sent to guard the U.S. consular officials during the crisis.
In the movie, the Marines took part in two a battles, that never really happened. This does provide plenty of "what if" scenarios. In the alternate history world of the Red Shadow, the U.S. Marines are ready and willing whenever adventure calls.
These figures are all from the Old Glory Boxer Rebellion range, and in this single pack of 30 figures, nearly every pose is different. This is a splendid selection of figures. Using the 
Spanish American war line too, one can also find US Sailors and a Colt Machine gun, which were also featured in the movie.

The majority of the images displayed in the "cast" section were taken on a Nikon Coolpix 900 Digital Camera.

Some of the then were scanned on a flatbed scanner by laying the figure directly on the glass.

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