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Son of Geronimo: Apache Avenger (1952)

Jim Scott attempts to bring peace between west-bound settlers and native Apaches. This task is made harder by a band of local outlaws.

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(as Spencer G. Bennet)

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Jim Scott (as Clay Moore)
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Eileen Rowe ...
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Ace Devlin [Chs.1-9]
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Henchman Bat
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Henchman Eadie
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Col. Foster [Chs.5-6]
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Geronimo [ch 15]
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Jim Scott attempts to bring peace between west-bound settlers and native Apaches. This task is made harder by a band of local outlaws.

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Savage super-serial thrills!

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Western

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6 November 1952 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O Cavaleiro Relâmpago  »

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(15 episodes)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Chapter Titles: 1. War of Vengeance; 2. Running the Gauntlet; 3. Stampede; 4. Apache Allies; 5. Indian Ambush; 6. Trapped by Fire; 7. A Sinister Scheme; 8. Prisoners of Porico; 9. On the Warpath; 10. The Fight at Crystal Springs; 11. Midnight Marauder; 12. Trapped in a Flaming Tepee; 13. Jim Scott Tempts Fate; 14. A Trap for Geronimo; 15. Peace Treaty. See more »

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A great serial from the golden age ........
7 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Clayton Moore stars in this great western serial that provides all the thrills, chills and cliffhangers that best characterized the genre. Moore, on temporary hiatus from his Lone Ranger role, tries to calm frontier hostilities between the son of the famed Indian leader Geronimo and local citizens.

As the heroic Moore works to bring peace with Geronimo's band, a band of local scoundrels moves to escalate hostilities. As can be imagined, wild chases, shootouts and fistfights are the exciting result.

This serial is one of the best of the 1950's. Clayton Moore excelled in this type of role, with great humor coupled with determined strength. This is grand entertainment and is highly recommended.


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