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I spent nearly an hour in a very enjoyable manner. A superb little western I found after digging up in my collection. And, once again, in LBX. That was the second big surprise for the day. The topic is not boring at all. It gives us the scheme of white renegades who slaughter an Indian village, killing some squaws, spoiling this way the peace treaties made between Indian and white people.
And a white sheriff is ordered to capture the outlaws.
The film was filmed on locations, in superb settings of Rocky Mountains
I suppose. But maybe I am wrong.
The photography is signed Floyd Crosby, the one who was on Corman's films, in the 60's, the Edgard Poe's adaptations. For AIP, and not API, the latest producing this little western directed by the prolific Maury Dexter.
Don't miss this picture if you have the opportunity to catch it.
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