A group of cavalry men defy orders to destroy hundreds of army horses. Having disobeyed a direct order, the men are pursued by the military, but now the bullets aren't just aimed at the horses. Written by
As soldiers they were taught to fight for honor. As men they were willing to die for it.
Did You Know?
Mulcahey was a name used in Fort Apache but there was no Quinlin in a John Ford/ John Wayne film. There was however the name Quincannon used in a couple of Fords Trilogy. See more
The most likely reason Don Johnson's character keeps re-cocking his .45 is that blanks don't work well with real working semi-autos. But perhaps it was an intentional 'mistake' to add some drama to an already emotional scene, as the racking of the slide presages each kill shot. See more
Sgt. Thomas Mulcahey
Indians riding Cavalry mounts? My grandaddy'd never forgive me!
Sgt. James Shattuck
Well, when you get to hell... don't tell him.