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Johnny Firecloud (1975)

Young American Indian gets out of the army and returns home to find his tribe victimized by a white rancher.


(as William A. Castleman)


(original story and screenplay)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Victor Mohica ...
Johnny Firecloud
White Eagle
Christina Hart ...
Jason Ledger ...
John F. Goff ...
Richard Kennedy ...
Wayne Storm ...
Elliott Lindsey ...
Sterling Franck ...
Seamon Glass ...
Barry Cooper ...


Young American Indian gets out of the army and returns home to find his tribe victimized by a white rancher.

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They taught him today's violence... He gave them yesterday's revenge! See more »


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Release Date:

August 1975 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Revenge of Johnny Firecloud  »

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$200,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Final American studio film of Ralph Meeker. See more »


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The Best Thing David F Friedman Ever Produced
15 February 2002 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

I always saw David F. Friedman as basically a low budget Roger Corman. Dont get me wrong, I enjoyed many of the David Friedman classics (such as Two Thousand Maniacs and She Freak), but those films paled in comparison next to the wraith of Johnny Firecloud.

The movie plays out like Charles Bronson's Deathwish, only more violent. The bad guys, a group of country fried bigots lead by head bigot Mr. Colby, are truly wicked. This wickedness, which includes rape, murder, and torturing of the elderly, is truly disturbing, but in the long run makes the bad guy's deaths even more enjoyable to watch. The good guys (Johnny Firecloud, the Sheriff, and Chief White Eagle), have qualities that make them likable as heroes, but also flaws that make them seem more human (like White Eagle's drinking problem, and the inner turmoil faced by the Sheriff caused by his "sexual secrete"). But with any David Friedman film, the main draw is the gore, and this film has it....boy does it have it.

Granted, there are flaws, mainly in the acting. Sacheen Littlefeather gives a rather stiff performance and, at the opposite end of the spectrum, some of the bad guys tend to put on the southern act a little too thick.

So with that said, Robot Rancher's Final Score is a big 7 points. A solid film with enough eye gouging, scalp lifting, crotch socking violence to keep any David Friedman fan happy.

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