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In 1885, a Texas Ranger travels to Canada to arrest a trapper who's wanted for murder and who's stirring up the Natives in a rebellion against the Canadian government.
Due to budget restrictions, the movie was filmed at sound stages at the Paramount lot as well as on location in Oregon and California, even though the film was based on a real life incident in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Blood will run like water.
Jacques Corbeau: You won't notice it much. The mounted police wear red coats.
Throughout the movie the name "Metis" is pronounced "Mee-tiss." It is actually pronounced "May-tee".
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