Apache chief Ulzana comes looking for Sam King, whom he claims whipped his wife. He holds Clay and Nora as hostages until King arrives.

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Sam King
Armand Alzamora ...
Santana
Michael Morgan ...
Nachito
Roberta Haynes ...
Chata
Kim Winona ...
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Apache chief Ulzana comes looking for Sam King, whom he claims whipped his wife. He holds Clay and Nora as hostages until King arrives.

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20 November 1959 (USA)  »

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Marshal Gib Scott: Well, it's no skin off my saddle but... how'd you know?
Clay Culhane: What's it matter now?
Marshal Gib Scott: I guess it doesn't, but since you got your man off I'd like to know.
Clay Culhane: The Prosecution's witness says the thief was wearing a red shirt.
Marshal Gib Scott: Yeah. That's why I made my arrest.
Clay Culhane: Well, the witness was color blind.
Marshal Gib Scott: How'd you find that out?
Clay Culhane: Well, I wasn't sure, but some of the other things just didn't add up. So I uh... just took a chance.
Marshal Gib Scott: Are you saying that you really didn't know until you asked him? In court?
Clay Culhane: Mmm.
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A Woman's Perspective
1 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Nora asks Clay to go with her to the Indian agent about the money he owes her, he really doesn't know how much trouble his 'helping out' will be. When they arrive, Sam King (Star Trek's Dr. McCoy) isn't there. Instead, a chief apache is waiting to kill McCoy. Clay talks the Indian into letting McCoy...er...King have a fair trial, but even that proves feeble since the charges Clay thought he was guilty for actually turn out to be a lot worse. King kidnapped at beat the chief's wife...

That's when things really heat up. Of course I happen to like the ending the best. Sparring between Clay and Marshal Scott always makes me smile. These two were perfectly suited for the roles they have to play. I love how they have a love/hate relationship! With Clay's moral gun fighting standards and the Marshal's ethical "by the law" standards, it makes for some interesting covos for sure!


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