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  • Actors: Charles King, Chief Yowlachie, Jack Ingram, John Merton, Buck Jones
  • Directors: James W. Horne
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: VCI VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: December 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 290 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000Y14U24
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,005 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "White Eagle" on IMDb

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After the young boy s father, a US army officer, is killed in an Indian raid, he becomes White Eagle being raised by Indians. White Eagle believes that the Indians and white settlers can live together and works to see that happen. However, a gang leader who has his own reasons for not wanting that peaceful union sets out to stir up as much trouble between them as possible. Chapter Titles: 1.Flaming Tepees 2.The Jail Delivery 3.The Dive into Quicksands 4.The Warning Death Knife 5.Treachery at the Stockade 6.The Gun-Cane Murder 7.The Revealing Blotter 8.Bird-calls of Deliverance 9.The Fake Telegram 10.Mystic Dots and Dashes 11.The Ear at the Window 12.The Massacre Invitation 13.The Framed-up Showdown 14.The Fake Army General 15.Treachery Downed. Bonus Features: Scene Selection, Trailers, Cowboy Montage Video. Product Specs: 2-DVD9s; Dolby Digital; 290 minutes; B&W; 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA NR; Year 1941; SRP - $29.99.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Lovins HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 14, 2007
Format: DVD
VCI Entertainment presents "WHITE EAGLE" (1941) (290 mins/B&W) (digitally remastered) --- Buck's on a red hot thrill rampage in the greatest of serial epics --- A Columbia Pictures 15 Chapter Play vintage serial loaded with thrilling drama and high adventure sequences featuring heroes, Indians and villains --- Buck Jones stars as White Eagle who was raided by Indians after U.S. Army Officer, his father was killed in an all out Indian raid --- Jones works hard throughout the 15 episodes that the white settlers and Indians can live together in peace --- The two main villains James Craven and Jack Ingram keep the two groups stirred up and thus the plot thickens --- Buck carries the entire cliffhanger with the help of his sidekick Raymond Hatton, who would later become a member of "The Rough Riders", along with Jones and Tim McCoy --- In 1941, the deal was struck for a new western trio series called "The Rough Riders", starring Charles 'Buck' Jones (Marshal Buck Roberts), Tim McCoy (Marshal Tim McCall) and Raymond Hatton (Marshal Sandy Hopkins) -- Interestingly, all three B-Western actors were fifty years of age or older when the series began.

Under the production staff:
James W. Horne - Director
Larry Darmour - Associate Producer
Morgan Cox - Screenwriter
John Cutting - Screenwriter
Arch Heath - Screenwriter
Lawrence Taylor - Screenwriter
Fred Myton - Story
Lee Zahler - Original Music
James S. Brown Jr - Cinematographer
Dwight Caldwell - Film Editor
Earl Turner - Film Editor
Carl Hiecke - Second Unit Director
Yakima Canutt - Stunt Co-Ordinator

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard J. Oravitz on March 26, 2008
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Excellent action-packed 15 chapter serial from Columbia restored by VCI Entertainment. A sheer joy to watch as Buck Jones stars as the title character White Eagle, a white man raised by Indians since childhood. James Craven is at his back-stabbing dastardly best as Dandy Darnell, out to prevent peace between the settlers and the Indians...for his own greedy purposes of course! This role rivals his gang leader in THE GREEN ARCHER(1940) and like that role, is played to the hilt, pure evil interjected with sly humor and comic exaspiration at the failings of his minions!
And what minions they are!!! A virtual Who's Who among B-Western cronies and henchmen, some of them even playing good-guy roles! I spotted Bud Osborne, Al Ferguson, Eddie Cobb, Roy Barcroft, George Chesebro, Charlie King, John Merton, Jack Ingram, Hank Bell, Kenne Duncan, Black Jack O'Shea and Edward Hearn. They pop in and out and most wind up pushin up daisies by the end!
As with a Columbia serial (especially one directed by James W. Horne) you get lots of running about! Everyone's in a hurry! At times it seems comical with characters running hap-hazardly around and about, through doors, down streets, leaping onto horses!!! But that's what Columbia delivered, Fast-Paced Action! Non-Stop Thrills! And this serial really delivers!
Buck is in fine form as White Eagle, mature yet still very atheletic. Raymond Hatton is side-kick Grizzly and does well boasting, providing laughs and even saving Buck on occasion. Dorothy Fay is the love interest and doesn't get in the way too much.
The print is BEAUTIFUL!!! Sharp, crisp, clear! A joy to watch! Thank you again VCI for doing such an outstanding job!
If you're a serial or Buck Jones fan this is an absolute must for your collection. I'm really glad I made this purchase!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Kohl; on December 18, 2011
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"White Eagle" is a 15-chapter Columbia serial released in 1941, starring Buck Jones and directed by James W. Horne, with screenplay by Arch Heath, Morgan B. Cox, John Cutting and Lawrence E. Taylor. The story is credited to Fred Myton, who did the writing for the 1932 Buck Jones feature of the same name.

Out west in Gold country, where the whites have ruthlessly invaded Indian territory, a new treaty is being signed between Chief Running Deer (Chief Yowlachie) and General Randolph (Lloyd Whitlock), as negotiated by White Eagle (Buck Jones), a man of unknown origins raised by the Indians, who is trusted by both races. But the treaty needs to be ratified, and this is opposed by "mysterious Dictator of Crime" Dandy Darnell (James Craven), who knows there is gold on land designated for the Indians. He orders his thugs to prevent the treaty from getting to Washington, but their attempted ambush of the courier, Express Office superintendent Gardner (Edward Hearn) is foiled by White Eagle and his sidekick, Grizzly (Raymond Hatton) who have accompanied Gardner. But Darnell, assumed to be a respectable merchant, has plenty of other schemes to prevent the Treaty from being ratified.

The cast includes a large number of actors familiar to fans of serials, including Roy Barcroft, Charles Stevens, Kenne Duncan, Richard Cramer, and John Merton. Edmund Cobb gets to play a good guy, Dave Rand, division superintendent for the Pony Express, with Dorothy Fay as his sister Janet, who has to be rescued a few times. James Craven's crew of thugs has several returning from their previous serial, "The Green Archer" including Jack Ingram, Charles King, Al Ferguson, Eddie Featherston, Kit Guard, Bud Osborne and Constantine Romanoff.
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