The story involves an overland journey through hostile Cheyenne territory to rescue two white women captured by the Cheyenne. One has turned renegade and is not anxious to be rescued as she is about to be married to Chief Thunder Hawk. Vera Miles dies and the cavalry comes to the rescue in the nick of time by a stream called Feather River. Knives, arrows, spears and tomahawks all come flying at the audience. Frank Lovejoy discourages a rattlesnake with tobacco juice and even gets off a shot into the audience. Written by
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Andre de Toth, who had directed the 3-D features "The House of Wax" and "The Stranger Wore a Gun," turned down an offer from Warner to do "The Charge at Feather River." See more
When Morgan sets Jennie free, she takes his revolver and then falls from the cliff, taking his revolver with her. In subsequent shots, however, Morgan has a pistol again. See more
Say, is this really a repeater?
A repeater? Son, you can load this on Sunday and shoot it all week.
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