Framed by Major Jenkins, Capt. Travers is kicked out of the Army. When Travers, now living with the Indians, is captured by Jenkins, the Indians attack the fort. With his men greatly ... See full summary »

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Framed by Major Jenkins, Capt. Travers is kicked out of the Army. When Travers, now living with the Indians, is captured by Jenkins, the Indians attack the fort. With his men greatly outnumbered Colonel Burke realizes that Travers is their only chance. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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19 December 1932 (USA)  »

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I ekdikisis ton erythrodermon  »

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The film originally had a tragic ending but it was reshot with a more conventional one. See more »

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(1862) (uncredited)
Written by Daniel Butterfield
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Creaky in it's delivery, but modern in it's thoughts.
15 September 2001 | by (Phoenix AZ) – See all my reviews

If you liked Dances with Wolves or Last of the Mohicans then this film is for you. What a joy to find a film that espoused today's ideas on the treatment of American Aboriginals back in 1932. You will find the acting a little over the top but enjoy the scenery and the story line and it will leave you thinking what happened between 1932 and the 1970 before the film industry began to deal with the treatment of the American Indians in an intelligent way.


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