During the presidency of Ulysses S. Grant, the full-blooded Native American US Army Cavalry officer, Captain Apache, finds himself entangled in a well-planned conspiracy, while on a mission to investigate the death of the Indian Commissioner, Harry Collier. With his sole clue being the victim's cryptic dying words, "April Morning", Captain Apache will soon cross paths with the tough arms-runner, Griffin, as everyone around him who knows something about the puzzling case, eventually, ends up murdered. Is there an intricate plot and an even greater scheme of corruption behind those hideous killings? As the bullets start flying, the inquisitive Captain will shortly find out how deep the conspiracy goes.
Sometimes the Wild West was murder.
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After Captain Apache is captured by Griffin's men outside the telegraph office he's taken to a run down stone building. Behind the building, in the upper right corner of the screen you can see some sort flashing neon sign or billboard in the distance. See more
It's the spirit that dances, not the man - Indian proverb.
Opening credits prologue:
"THE ONLY GOOD INDIAN IS A DEAD INDIAN" Paleface Saying
"THE ONLY GOOD PALEFACE IS A DEAD PALEFACE" Indian Saying
"LOVE THY NEIGHBOR" Source Forgotten See more
Featured in Trailer Trauma
Sung by Lee Van Cleef
Music by Dolores Claman
Words by Richard Morris
Guitar solo Juan Márquez
(as Juan Marquez) See more