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Broken Arrow 

Tom Jeffords helps an Apache and becomes blood brother to the great Apache chief Cochise. Jeffords falls in love with a beautiful woman of Cochise's tribe, Sonseeahray, but the greed and ... See full summary »

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(teleplay) (as Clark E. Reynolds), (novel)
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Himself - Host
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Cochise
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Sonseeahray
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Tom Jeffords
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Ben Slade (as Robert Simon)
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Gen. Oliver Howard
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Lowrie
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Nahilzay (as Tony George)
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Machogee
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Gokliya
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Duffield
Donald Randolph ...
Col. Bernall
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Nochalo
Ralph Reed ...
Chip Slade
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Mule Driver
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Tom Jeffords helps an Apache and becomes blood brother to the great Apache chief Cochise. Jeffords falls in love with a beautiful woman of Cochise's tribe, Sonseeahray, but the greed and racism of the local white community bring tragedy to Jeffords and the Apache. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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1 May 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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One of the recently rediscovered and restored episodes of "The 20th Century Fox Hour", an anthology series produced by the studio between 1955-1957. See more »

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Version of Broken Arrow (1950) See more »

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The Pilot for the series
25 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

This FOX movie served as the pilot for the series that ran several years concerning the shaky peace between Cochise's Apaches and white settlers. Although Michael Ansara gained high praise in the series as Cochise, it is quite interesting to see Ricardo Montalban in that role here, and one has to ponder if the series would have been enhanced had he accepted the role permanently. I, for one, would have loved to hear Ricardo say "Mr. Jeffords, your saddle is made of FINE CORINTHIAN LEATHER!!"


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