During the 1830s white settlers are moving into what is now Florida. An unscrupulous slave trader captures the wife of Indian Chief Osceola, setting off a war between the Seminole tribe and the U.S Army.

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Chief Osceola
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Chechotah
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Wilson
Dennis Cross ...
Coacoochee
Robert Wark ...
Major Francis Dade
Jim Boles ...
Arthur Gillis
Doug Wilson ...
Captain Pace
Peter Dearing ...
General Finch
Tony Morris ...
Micanopah
Mike Recco ...
Amanthla
Tony Hunter ...
Captain in Dade's column
Bill Armstrong ...
Lieutenant in Dade's column
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During the 1830s white settlers are moving into what is now Florida. An unscrupulous slave trader captures the wife of Indian Chief Osceola, setting off a war between the Seminole tribe and the U.S Army.

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20 September 1957 (USA)  »

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In Sept. 1958, this film was distributed in the USA on a double bill with The Mating Urge (1959). See more »

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Good story of Seminole Indian Chief Osceola
14 October 1998 | by (Tecumseh ok) – See all my reviews

Fairly accurate telling of the struggle for control of Florida in the 1800s. Film 'dares' to depict the use of Indians as slaves in the South. Unlike most of the genre of the 50s, there are no real good guys here. Something different here.


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