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In October 1982, this film was chosen by the ITV network in the United Kingdom as the first film to be given a television screening in 3-D. Glasses were distributed (free) with that week's TV Times magazine and were also available in selected electrical stores (at a small charge). While the screening was reasonably successful, the experiment was not repeated. See more »
This could be a typical B George Montgomery western , but it is an eastern instead, also it has the lovely presence of Joan Vohns, quite a beauty, a shame that she did not go too far in her movie career.I was expecting this film to give us a view of Fort Ti, which I was imagining to look like so many of the western forts, but instead when we have a brief view, it looks like a group of English houses. Looking on Wikipedia I realized it really looks like this. The action takes place during the fight of the French against the English in colonial times, with the Indians being on the side of the French. There is quite a love triangle, between Montgomery, Joan Vohns, and Phillys Fowler as Running Otter, who married an older man, but can't conceal her love of Montgomery. The love scenes of Montgomery and Joan Vohns are quite sexy, unusual for this type of film. The story is a bit too rich for the length of the film and the feeling is that everything is shown too briefly.
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