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One Little Indian (1973)

On the run from the Cavalry, a man tries to disappear while accompanied by two camels and a runaway boy. His escape is made harder when he meets a widow and her daughter who may turn him in.

Director:

Bernard McEveety

Writer:

Harry Spalding
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
James Garner ... Keyes
Vera Miles ... Doris McIver
Pat Hingle ... Capt. Stewart
Morgan Woodward ... Sgt. Raines
John Doucette ... Sgt. Waller
Clay O'Brien ... Mark
Robert Pine ... Lt. Cummins
Bruce Glover ... Schrader
Ken Swofford ... Pvt. Dixon
Jay Silverheels ... Jimmy Wolf
Andrew Prine ... Chaplain
Jodie Foster ... Martha
Walter Brooke ... The Doctor
Rudy Diaz ... The Apache
John C. Flinn III ... Cowboy (as John Flinn)
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On the run from the Cavalry, a man tries to disappear while accompanied by two camels and a runaway boy. His escape is made harder when he meets a widow and her daughter who may turn him in.

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A boy turned Indian, a trooper turned deserter and ROSIE, a camel turned IMPOSSIBLE! See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Family | Western

Certificate:

G | See all certifications »
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On a double bill with the re-released Song of the South. See more »

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Wish they still made movies like this.
23 February 2003 | by smhowell-1See all my reviews

The plot is a little predictable, or maybe I remembered it from 'way back when. As a James Garner fan, it's a sure bet that I've seen this before, but can't remember when. The timing and pace were superb; I was entertained without thinking about time passing. It's a little sentimental for today's tastes. Acting was flawless by the entire cast; every character was believable. The music was unpretentious, and unfortunately, unmemorable, but then it also doesn't date itself, either. At the end, I didn't have the feeling that this is an all time classic, but it did manage to jerk that little tear out of my eyeball. The only major flaw was the poor use of obvious studio shot closeups during the chase scenes, which jarred the viewer from the suspended disbelief necessary to enjoy fiction. Overall, I'm not sorry that I own the DVD. It's a real joy to escape the foul language and smut that passes itself off as entertainment these days.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 1973 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rosie's Renegades See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.75 : 1
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