Following an Indian attack on their stagecoach that kills his prisoner, Randall and an eastern gentleman unaccustomed to the ways of the West must trek to safety across many long, hot miles of hostile Apache territory.

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Jefferson Klingsmith (as George McCready)
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Frank Kreager
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James Kreager
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The Kreager brothers are in the middle of Indian country, where the Apache are on the warpath, hoping to catch the stagecoach carrying their brother. He is Josh's prisoner, wanted for robbery and murder. The stage is attacked by the Apaches killing the driver, shotgun and Josh's prisoner. However, Josh and the easterner Jefferson Klingsmith survive inside the coach as the Apaches ride off. After burying the bodies they light out on foot for the next relay station 20 miles away across the desert. There they find it burned so, after again burying the bodies, Josh decides they should take the shorter route cross country to Fort Apache as the other stations will be burned with Apaches in the area. At the same time Jefferson does not trust Josh's motives or western ways. They walk near an Apache camp where Josh kills one guard who attacked him followed by a fight with a young brave who they capture and take prisoner. After Josh destroys his Indian Medicine, he leads them to a poisoned ... Written by Anonymous

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13 December 1958 (USA)  »

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Jefferson Klingsmith: You want money for bringing men in. How much do I owe you?
Josh Randall: I expect nothin' from you, mister, but if you ever talk to me like that again, I'm gonna walk all over you. I dunno, maybe it's because you don't know any better, so I'm gonna tell you something, just once. Most towns have got sheriffs and marshals. We're a long way between towns out here. There's not much law. Men like Hod Kreiger are free to do what they like - pushin' people around, killing. Somebody's got to stop 'em.
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A Long Walk A Pain-In-The-Butt
28 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

George Macready guest stars an an older Easterner teamed up with Josh on a long walk to Fort Apache. It seems those two and Josh's bounty hostage and stage rider were all ambushed by Apaches. The other two were killed while Randall and "Jefferson Klingsmith" ("Macready) were spared, for some unexplained reason.

They climb out of the burning stagecoach as the Indians leave and then have to weave their way back to safety....a long, long walk. That is complicated by more Apache attacks, two white bandits and the stupidness of the stubborn "Klingsmith" who won't listen to Josh and keeps getting both of them in more trouble.

Only in the end, of course, does the snobbish Easterner appreciate what a good man Randall is, in all phases including morals after our hero explains to him why is he is bounty hunter. It's a short but good answer.


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