Approved | | Western
When Apache chief Nanchez is captured by the cavalry, his white squaw and infant son are returned to civilization by Sergeant Hook, but Nanchez escapes custody and attempts to re-claim his son.
The last of six films co-starring Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea as well as the only one in which McCrea gets top billing over Stanwyck. The previous are Gambling Lady (1934), Banjo on My Knee (1936) Internes Can't Take Money (1937), Union Pacific (1939) and The Great Man's Lady (1941).
Adam, what would your feelings be if I were in her place?
Col. Adam Weaver: That doesn't even deserve an answer.
Ann Weaver: Doesn't it?
Col. Adam Weaver: You'd of killed your self before you'd let it happen to you.
Ann Weaver: I wonder?
If Cora/Barbara Stanwyck had lice, the reason given for her cropped hair, her son would have had lice, too, due to all the direct contact between them. Probably, half the tribe (at least) would have contracted lice, and yet she was the only one with the cropped hair.