Approved | | Adventure, Romance, Western
The Apaches are on the warpath and the Army must defend them. Murphy's mission is to get a shipment of rifles, but it's stolen by greedy white traders with the help of mutinous soldiers.
Opening credits: The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely coincidental and unintentional.
Col. Homer Reed:
Captain, there are two ways to get men through a door; *kick* 'em through, or you can *lead* 'em through.
Capt. Bruce Coburn: That's right, sir. You'll wind up in the same place *anyway*.
When Mike is captured and his brother Doug is freaking out, Doug looks around--at the dead soldier lying next to him and then at the dead Apache hanging from the rock above him. The Apache is looking at him, even though earlier he was looking at him when he was positioned on the opposite side.
Opening credits prologue: (on a book cover) THE APACHE WARS IN ARIZONA TERRITORY For years following the Civil War, the question was whether Indians or the United States Army would control Arizona Territory. Bands of hostile Apaches roamed the countryside. Only the courage and dedication of a few brave fighting men kept the Territory from being completely overrun.
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