G | | Western
A sympathetic retired army scout takes-in a white woman and her half-Apache son, not knowing that the boy's father, a murderous renegade Apache, is after them.
In the 1958 movie starring and produced by Gregory Peck "The Big Country" the foreman (played by Charlton Heston) Steve Leech rides a very striking and beautiful black and white paint horse. 10 years later in the 1968 movie starring Gregory Peck "... ...
I didn't have the courage to die. I knew what I had to do to stay alive.
The movie was set and filmed in the Mojave Desert, yet in an early scene at an Army camp, the still night air is filled with the sound of crickets and frogs. This would be fine had the camp been in or near an oasis, but it clearly was not. With no wind, there should have been no sound at all from outside the camp.
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