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Fred F. Sears
Cavalry Lieutenant Can Elliott is ordered to bring in Seminole Indian chief Black Cat, who is leading his tribe in a campaign of terror and bloodshed. Black Cat kidnaps Susan Hannah, daughter of Colonel Hannah and the girl Cam loves, planning to trade her to renegade white men for guns. Cam pursues the Seminoles, and after a bloody battle in which his small force kills hundred of Seminoles with avalanche and fire, forces Black Cat's surrender. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Don't tune into this one expecting to see alligators, Everglades and colorfully garbed Indians. Here, for some reason, the Seminoles are in TEXAS, riding the plains, living in Teepees and wrecking havoc. This is another of the cheapies, made in the 50s using much stock footage, much of the footage here came from "New Mexico"(1951). The story of the Seminole Indians has been done quite well in other pictures, most notably, "Seminole"(1953), "Distant Drums"(1951 and "Naked in the Sun"(1955). This is an easy one to pass up.
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