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"Der gebrochene Pfeil". In: "Film-Programm der Kino-Szene" (D-88267 Vogt, Germany), Peter Kranzpiller, Iss. No. 167 (2 versions), 1980, Pg. 4

Printed Media Reviews
D.. "Flecha rota". In: "ABC" (Madrid), 22 May 1951, Pg. 34, (NP)

Original Literary Source
Arnold, Elliott. "Blood Brother"

Angela Aleiss. "Hollywood Addresses Postwar Assimilation: Indian/White Attitudes in Broken Arrow". In: "American Indian Culture & Research Journal" (USA), Vol. 11, Iss. 1, 1987, Pg. 67-79, (MG)

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