Lord Bruce Saybrook, London millionaire, takes his brother, wife and employee out west on a hunting trip hoping to repair his relationships. They run into hostile Indians. During the ensuing battle, everyone's the true character comes out.





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Christopher Hale (credit only)
Lord Bruce Saybrook
Bevan Alston
Diana Saybrook


Flint is ahead of the wagon train scouting one of the more difficult and high passes late in the year when snow has already made a showing. The Shoshones are in the area looking for food before winter sets in and they are hostile. Flint spots a woman with a man who is taking aim at an elk but suddenly appears to change his aim to another man on a hill. All are dressed in European safari gear. Flint yells out causing the man to fire into the air. The man on the hill is Lord Bruce Saybrook from England, the woman is his wife Diana, and the man shooting is his brother Tommy. Back in camp is an employee of Saybrook's newspapers, Bevan Alston, who is an artist. Saybrook has paid off their guides and forced the four of them to stay there. Flint tries to tell him they need to leave because of the Shoshones but he refuses to listen although the other three want to leave. There is definite tension among the group that bubbles up when someone takes a shot at Flint and Saybrook while they are ... Written by Anonymous

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22 November 1961 (USA)  »

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5 March 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

About the last thing that Robert Horton ever expected to find was a party of English gentry on safari in the Old West. There are Brian Aherne and his wife Antoinette Bower, Aherne's brother Liam Sullivan, and Richard Ney an artist who works for Aherne all attired in tropic clothes for the African veld. Horton finds this party in the mountains where they are hunting the big game of North America. Right in Shoshone country too and the Indians have this group staked out.

Horton tells them to pack up and leave and join the Wagon Train which is a day or so behind. But Aherne wants to stay and will not be moved. When he joins them and when the Indian attack starts Horton finds out what the individuals in the group are made of. There real characters come out.

An interesting character study of disparate individuals in a pressure situation.

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