Rollins' gang wants to grab land by inciting the settlers in a war against the Indians but Winnetou and Old Shatterhand try to keep the peace, until Rollins frames Winnetou up for the murder of Jicarilla Chief's son.
An army gold shipment and its escort vanish in the Ozarks, prompting accusations of theft and desertion but frontiersman Old Shatterhand and Apache chief Winnetou help solve the mystery of the missing army gold.
Dr. Karl Sternau, the personal physician of the count Bismarck, who spent much of his youth in Mexico, is sent back to that country during the occupation by French troops in the service of ... See full summary »
Mexico, 1864. The country is divided by the struggle against the French occupation and emperor Maximilian. The German doctor Karl Sternau and his friend Andreas Hasenpfeffer come to love ... See full summary »
On her b-day, settler's daughter Apanatschi receives her father's secret gold mine but greedy neighboring prospectors resort to murder and kidnapping in order to get the gold, forcing the girl and her brother to seek Winnetou's protection.
On his way to (or from) the Crusades, Robin Hood is shipwrecked but saved by pirates who plan to return him home in order to ransom him to his father. The pirates' ship, however, sinks in a... See full summary »
As the movie begins, a bankrupt Italian count has just committed suicide. One of his creditors has taken over the family villa, but he allows the widow, the mother, and the three adult ... See full summary »
When violent conflict breaks out between greedy railroaders and a tribe of Mescalero Apaches, only two men, destined to be blood brothers, can prevent all-out war: chief's son Winnetou and German engineer Old Shatterhand.
Former rancher Clint Brenner and the younger Reese, his equal in skill at gun-fighting, are independently recruited to help farmer Seth Grande free the locals of Manitoba town Glory City ... See full summary »
....of an exotic adventure yarn.The French telly never bothered to show the first part,but fortunately ,"mistero del tempo indiano" begins with a ten-minute summary of the precedent episode.Obviously intended to match the scale of Fritz Lang's two-part "Der Tiger von Eschnapur" (1959),it cannot hold a candle to the German master's work,but it 's quite entertaining,actually very close to a comic strip,the likes of "the Phantom" .
The hero,played by a rather obscure French actor ,Paul Guers ,is a virtuous doctor,who recalls Paul Hubschmid's character (an architect) in Lang's work in two parts.By the same token,Claudine Auger (a French beauty who was to become a James Bond girl in "Thunderball" ) 's character is not unlike Debra Paget's .But I say it again,the -virtually unknown- director is no match for Lang.
It's the umpteenth story of the wicked Indians,fond of human sacrifices,who try to chase the English out of their motherland.But do not panic!there are "good " Indians who help her majesty Victoria's troops along the way.And the aforementioned doctor displays progressive views about the Indians.And the villain says that their civilization was brilliant when the Limey one was still prehistoric.He's not wrong.
SPOILER: This is a good example of "happy end" ;both Auger and Senta Berger's husband are killed in the final fight,which makes things easier.
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