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Apache Fury (1964)

El hombre de la diligencia (original title)

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(as Joe Lacy)

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, (novel) (as Edward Goodman)
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Frank Latimore ...
Mayor Steve Loman
Nuria Torray ...
Ruth
Jesús Puente ...
Juez Todd Driscoll
Ángel Ortiz ...
Silas
Alfonso de la Vega ...
Soldado
Frank Braña ...
Secuaz de Burt (as Francisco Braña)
Rufino Inglés ...
Banquero
Mariano Vidal Molina ...
Burt Kaplan
Pastor Serrador ...
Richard 'Poker Dick' (as Gerard Spencer)
Guillermo Vera ...
Juan Diego
Julio Pérez Tabernero ...
Jimmy
Guillermo Méndez ...
Capitán
Antonio Cintado ...
Sargento
George Martin ...
Elmer Roscoe (as Jorge Martín)
José Sancho
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1 October 1964 (Spain)  »

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Apache Fury  »

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Familiar Cowboys & Indians story that doesn't work as well as its predecessors
25 February 2016 | by (Adelaide, South Australia) – See all my reviews

Way back in 1939 a short story, Stage Station, was written by legendary western writer, Ernest Haycox, of Union Pacific & Stagecoach fame. This story was used at least twice by Hollywood, Apache Trail (1942) & Apache War Smoke (1952).

Now I know very little about Eduardo Guzmán, (aka Edward Goodman) who is credited with writing the novel that this movie is supposedly based on, but I can sure as hell spot the same story when it is used frequently.

Apache Trail & Apache War Smoke both credit the writing honours to Ernest Haycox, Apache Fury makes no mention of him, which I find very strange as the story used is practically a carbon copy.

A wagon train station is used as a sanctuary by a wagon that has come under Indian attack. The station master is known by some of the passengers and hanger-ons. The wagon is also carrying a large sum of money, which becomes the sole focus of a couple of no-goods. All the while the Indians have a very real reason for wanting one of the passengers, he mistakenly killed a chief of some friendly Indians.

There are some minor differences from the Haycox story, but not many nor are they important parts of the plot.

The genesis of this movie is very disappointing in my opinion.


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