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Apache Uprising (1965)

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Various stage coach passengers and outlaws travelling through Indian country are forced to join forces against the Apaches.

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Jim Walker
Corinne Calvet ...
Janice MacKenzie
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Vance Buckner
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Charlie Russell (as Lon Chaney)
Gene Evans ...
Jess Cooney
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Captain Gannon
Robert H. Harris ...
Hoyt Taylor
Arthur Hunnicutt ...
Bill Gibson
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Toby Jack Saunders
George Chandler ...
Jace Asher
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Mrs. Hawks
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Sheriff Ben Hall
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Henry Belden (as Donald Barry)
Abel Fernandez ...
Young Apache Chief
Robert Carricart ...
Chico Lopez
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Various stage coach passengers and outlaws travelling through Indian country are forced to join forces against the Apaches.

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29 December 1965 (USA)  »

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Bill Gibson: Kind of close back there. That little sidewinder was about to draw down on you.
Jim Walker: Oh, he was just looking to carve another notch in his gun.
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AC brought pleasure to western fans here in the UK
22 November 2009 | by (London England) – See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing every one of the Lyles' westerns on original release here in London, dear old Blighty. I was never much interested in the main attractions of the double feature programmes where AC's cracking little cowboy pictures always took second billing. " Apache Uprising " however, broke the mould and played main feature, with " Beach Ball " in support, at the splendid Paramount Plaza at Piccadilly Circus - although only for two weeks, after which it was relegated to the usual spot for general release. I wrote to dear AC and got a couple of letters back from him, where he told me all about how he was moving away from westerns into dramas and was working on " Rogue's Gallery ". A true gentleman. It must have been a joy working with such an array of talent from yesteryear.


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