Logan Cates, a drifter, is traveling through Apache country. He is joined by a few civilians and a small band of soldiers at a water hole when they get pinned down by Apaches. Unable to get away, the small party is killed one by one as the food and water supply dwindles. But then the storm that Cates was waiting for comes up, and using gun powder, he puts his escape plan into action. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
...ONE BY ONE THE APACHES WERE PICKING THEM OFF (original ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
The theme from 3:10 to Yuma
(1957) is used as a background in some of the quieter conversation scenes between the hero and one of the leading ladies. See more
The .45-70 round fired from a Trapdoor Springfield carbine has considerable recoil, yet the troopers fire with no appreciable effect, showing blank rounds were used. See more
You're like a rock. Immovable. You're like a man whose barricaded himself from everyone. I never could get past that barricade, Logan. Never.
A man can't help the way he is, Jen.