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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Battle at Apache Pass (1952) DVD-R

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Starring John Lund, Jeff Chandler, Beverly Tyler, Bruce Cowling, Susan

Cabot, James Best, Regis Toomey, Richard Egan, Jay Silverheels

Directed by George Sherman



Print: color

Runtime: 85 min.

Genre: western



Two of the cast members from the 1950 western Broken Arrow, Jeff

Chandler and Jay Silverheels, recreate their earlier roles in 1952's Battle

at Apache Pass. Chandler plays temperate Indian leader Cochise, while

Silverheels is the more explosive Geronimo. The film takes place several

years before the events depicted in Broken Arrow, a time in which

Cochise attempts to prevent war between his people and the white

settlers. Though Cochise's wife dies at the hands of a bigoted cavalry

officer and a crooked Indian agent, the stoic Native American continues

to believe that a lasting peace is possible. Two years after Battle at

Apache Pass, Jeff Chandler would again reprise the role of Cochise (this

time as a dying old man) in Taza, Son of Cochise (1954).

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Starring John Lund, Jeff Chandler, Beverly Tyler, Bruce Cowling, Susan
Cabot, James Best, Regis Toomey, Richard Egan, Jay Silverheels
Directed by George Sherman

Print: color
Runtime: 85 min.
Genre: western

Two of the cast members from the 1950 western Broken Arrow, Jeff
Chandler and Jay Silverheels, recreate their earlier roles in 1952's Battle
at Apache Pass. Chandler plays temperate Indian leader Cochise, while
Silverheels is the more explosive Geronimo. The film takes place several
years before the events depicted in Broken Arrow, a time in which
Cochise attempts to prevent war between his people and the white
settlers. Though Cochise's wife dies at the hands of a bigoted cavalry
officer and a crooked Indian agent, the stoic Native American continues
to believe that a lasting peace is possible. Two years after Battle at
Apache Pass, Jeff Chandler would again reprise the role of Cochise (this
time as a dying old man) in Taza, Son of Cochise (1954).

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