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Apache Territory

  • Drama
  • 1958
  • Ray Nazarro
  • 70 mins
  • PG

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.

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Review

Rating: 2 out of 5.

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.

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Credits

Cast

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Logan CatesRory Calhoun
Jennifer FairBarbara Bates
Grant KimbroughJohn Dehner
Junie HatchettCarolyn Craig
Lonnie ForemanTom Pittman
ZimmermanLeo Gordon
LugoFrank De Kova

Crew

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DirectorRay Nazarro

Details

Language
English
Guidance
Violence
Formats
Colour
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