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A woman, scorned by the whites for living with the Apaches and having a child by the chief, begins anew with a cavalry sergeant.
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This excellent story of JACK SCHAFFER is beautifully photographed in B/W by ELLSWORTH FREDERICKS and briskly directed by CHARLES MARQUIS WARREN. There is also a good background song on 'Trooper Hook' sung by TEX RITTER. The action scenes are very good and Joel McCrea and Barbara Stanwyck give masterly performances.
JOEL ALBERT McCREA was born on 5.11.1905 in South Pasadena, California. After school, he acted on stage and took courses in drama. In 1927/28, he worked as extras and stuntman. In 1929, he signed contract with MGM and in 1930 moved to RKO. In 1940, his career peaked. He enjoyed doing westerns. His last film was in 1976 -'Mustang Country'. He worked with his son 'JODY' in some films. He married FRANCES DEE in 1933 and had 3 sons, DAVID, PETER and JODY. McCrea was proud of his Scottish Heritage. Even in 1940's, he was a Millionaire with land and his real-estate dealings. He made his final public appearance on 3.10.1990. On 20.10.1990, aged 84, he died in Woodland Hills, California, of pneumonia.
Some of Joel McCrea's westerns are:-
(1) San Francisco Story, 1952(2009)
(2) Stranger on Horse, 1955(2008)
(3) The Gunfight in Dodge City, 1959(2008)
(4) Colorado Territory, 1949(2009)
(5) Four Faces West, 1948(2003)
(6) Wichita, 1955(2009)
(7) Ride the High Country, 1962(2009)
(8) The First Texan, 1956(2009)
(9) The Outriders, 1950(2011)
(10)The Olkahoman, 1957(2009)
(11)Stars in My Crown, 1950(2011)
(12)Buffalo Bill, 1944(2005)
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