Woody Threerivers is protesting at the proposed placing of an expressway through a native Mohawk reservation by dumping cars in the seaway. King does his best to mediate a peace between the authorities and the Indians.

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Austin Willis ...
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Annabelle
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Joe Threerivers
Len Birman ...
Woody Threerivers
Fred Diehl ...
Lefevrier (as Fred D-L)
Murray Westgate ...
Harlan
Donald Ewer ...
Brianey
Walter Massey ...
Official
Roger Dauphin ...
Reporter
Kahn Taneta Horn ...
Waitress
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Somebody is dumping old cars in the seaway in protest at the proposed placing of an expressway through a native Mohawk reservation. King takes up with an Indian girl and finds out that the protester is Woody Threerivers. He finds out there is conflict between Woody and the local Indian council who are in favour of progress. Things escalate when Woody confronts a surveying crew and destroys their equipment. His brother then threatens to blow up a bridge, which brings things to a head. Written by jem

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Adventure | Drama

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28 October 1965 (Canada)  »

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1.33 : 1
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