Beau finds himself used as a scapegoat by two shopkeepers who killed the son of the chief in an effort to hide their swindle of local Indians. Captured by the Indians, Beau faces a death ... See full summary »

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Andra Martin ...
Pale Moon
Richard Coogan ...
Hank Lawson
Janet Lake ...
Kitty O'Hearn
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Standing Bull
George Keymas ...
War Shirt
Jack Mather ...
Col. O'Hearn
John Zaccaro ...
Judd Marsh
Trent Dolan ...
Lieutenant
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Orderly
Miguel Ángel Landa ...
Swift Wolf (as Miguel Landa)
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Beau finds himself used as a scapegoat by two shopkeepers who killed the son of the chief in an effort to hide their swindle of local Indians. Captured by the Indians, Beau faces a death sentence only to be spared by the chief's daughter who claims Beau as her future husband. But Beau finds that his reprieve is only temporary until the honeymoon is over. Written by graymatters

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13 November 1960 (USA)  »

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Plains Indians don't worship totems. And totem poles were traditional in the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, and Alaska. See more »

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[first lines]
Judd Marsh: I'll see ya.
Hank Lawson: I want to see that, too.
Beauregarde Maverick: Well, gentlemen, I'd saw there were days when a straight flush could be beaten, but I'd say this isn't one of 'em. Your deal Mr. Lawson.
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Thunder From The North
31 January 2016 | by (Nashville, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Beau is framed again, accused of killing an Indian, the brother of Pale Moon, after she complained about bad flour. I sensed a rivalry between Pale Moon and the white girl. Kitty returns all of Beau's presents. The Indians are buying whiskey, and it was always said that Indians could not drink. In reality, no one can drink that terrible stuff! Beau is captured by Indians and about to be decapitated when Pale Moon steps in and stops it. She chooses Beau as her husband, although he must pass a series of tests. Pale Moon is Andra Martin in real life, of Swedish descent, and not an Indian at all. Beau is named after his uncle, Bret and Bart's pappy.


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