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Regal Films, released by 20th Century-Fox, August 1957 (U.S.A.), October 1957 (U.K.), 12th December 1957 (Australia). 6,595 feet. 73 minutes.
SYNOPSIS: After helping the U.S. army round up his Indian "brothers" after the defeat of Geronimo, the Apache Kid turns renegade when an actual brother is murdered.
COMMENT: Dreary, slow-moving western, its banal, cliché-ridden script directed with disappointing spiritlessness by Elmo Williams. Maybe if this thing had been directed by some hack like Edward L. Cahn it would have received a slightly higher rating though even by Mr. Cahn's humble standards it is way below average but we expect much more from a talent of Mr. Williams' caliber. What little action there is in the film is tame in the extreme. For the rest of the time we are forced to listen to one of the least interesting casts on record talking their fool heads off. Miss Paul is a charmless heroine and Mr. Miljan a particularly corny Indian, while the one capable player in the cast, Mr. Acosta, has but a minuscule role.
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