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.
Although this was Gregory Peck's only film in 1968, he should also have been appearing in the Mirisch production "The Bells of Hell Go Ting a Ling a Ling." Scripted by Roald Dahl, this production was shut down after just six weeks shooting due to "poor weather conditions", a popular euphemism for a troubled shoot.
You sure picked a hell of a way to end fifteen years in the Army!
Sam Varner: I don't mind getting out alive.
When Gregory Peck walks out of the cabin, he is unshaven, but when he's seen outside the cabin, he's clean-shaven.