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Die schwarzen Adler von Santa Fe (1965)

When Commanches go on the warpath, settlers take refuge in Ft. Eagle Rock commanded by Capt. Jackson. Undercover agent Cliff McPherson arrives at the undermanned fort to lend advice and ... See full summary »

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Cliff McPherson
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Captain Jackson
Pinkas Braun ...
Gentleman
Werner Peters ...
Morton
Helga Sommerfeld ...
Cora Morton
Edith Hancke ...
Alice
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Lana Miller (as Olly Schoberova)
Serge Marquand ...
Blacky James
Ennio Girolami ...
Slim James (as Thomas Moore)
Tony Kendall ...
Chief Black Eagle
Joseph Egger ...
Buddy (as Josef Egger)
Jacques Bézard ...
Pasqual (as Jakie Bezard)
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Blade Carpenter
Ronny ...
Singing Cowboy
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When Commanches go on the warpath, settlers take refuge in Ft. Eagle Rock commanded by Capt. Jackson. Undercover agent Cliff McPherson arrives at the undermanned fort to lend advice and support. He learns that the Commanches have been stirred up by local rancher Morton who wants to take control of the oil under the Indians' reservation. McPherson informs Chief Black Eagle of Morton's treachery and the Indians then ride to the rescue of the cavalry when Morton's men attack the soldiers and settlers fleeing the fort. Written by dinky-4 of Minneapolis

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28 August 1965 (Italy)  »

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Black Eagle of Santa Fe  »

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Blade Carpenter: I see little future for America if our women run around with rifles wearing pants like men.
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Kenn' ein Land
Performed by Ronny
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An undistinguished but adequate "spaghetti" western
7 June 2006 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

By this point, Idaho-born Brad Harris had switched away from the sword-and-sandal movies to the westerns and spy movies which formed the bulk of his later career. Since Brad looked good in both peplums and buckskins, the switch to westerns proved successful and this is a typical example of that genre. It moves well, has a fistfight or two, and ends with a noisy skirmish on the desert pitting Indians and cavalry against the henchmen of an evil rancher. Romantic interest is minor but there are two pretty young women on hand, one blonde and one with black hair. Needless to say, Brad winds up with the blonde, both on-screen and off. (He and co-star Olga Schoberova were married from 1967 to 1969.) He also has a chance to shed his shirt and show off that impressive torso when he prepares to take a bath in the local bath-house. Horst Frank gets second billing but his part seems largely extraneous. The music score hovers between the routine and the annoying, and despite its English title, the movie contains no reference to Santa Fe.


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