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Apache Territory

Apache Territory

Ray Nazarro (1958)

70min
PG Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Rory Calhoun is suitably stoic as the loner hero of this routine B-western, in which he comes to the rescue of a motley group of characters pinned down at a desert water hole by angry Apaches. A callow kid, a traumatised survivor, an old flame and her jealous fiancé are just a few of the stereotypes who need no introduction thanks to the join-the-dots script. Betrayal, greed and fear bubble under the surface but there's little else in a noticeably no-budget yarn that could barely afford enough extras to play the hostiles.

Summary

A drifter takes the lone survivor of a massacred party of settlers to an oasis, where he finds several other homesteaders and a military force have also sought shelter. They come under siege by a war party of Apaches, and face a struggle for survival - but an impending storm inspires a daring escape plan. Western, starring Rory Calhoun and Barbara Bates.

Cast & Crew

Logan Cates Rory Calhoun
Jennifer Fair Barbara Bates
Grant Kimbrough John Dehner
Junie Hatchett Carolyn Craig
Lonnie Foreman Tom Pittman
Zimmerman Leo Gordon
Webb Myron Healey
Sgt Sheehan Francis de Sales
Director Ray Nazarro
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Guidance: Violence

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