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Michael D. Weatherred,
The eldest daughter of a pioneer family is kidnapped by a mysterious Indian tribe and the eldest son pursues. In order to win back his sister's freedom, he must sacrifice his own life by passing the test of "Crooked Sky" and shield his sister from an executioner's arrow. Along the way, he recruits a broken down, drunk prospector to help him track down the unknown tribe and rescue his sister. Written by
A surprisingly engaging story on a very low budget
A surprisingly engaging story on a very low budget works well for the most part. However, the striking presence of Geoffrey Land as the mysterious Indian kipnapper is largely wasted. The movie would have profitted a great deal by dwelling more on the the girl victim and Land's enigmatic character before the obligatory denoument.
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