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Saskatchewan
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(1954)

Alan Ladd and Jay Silverheels (television's Tonto) are blood brothers whose bonds are tested when marauding Sioux Indians cross the border to enlist the peaceful Cree in a battle against the Great White Father.

Released:
March 30, 1954

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Cast

1dudoljdykh8hmikfvo05hb68up Alan Ladd Thomas O'Rourke
Zvg966m0rvk5kychzuedc51qulv Shelley Winters Grace Markey
Ihuillxzgkzsmvapdxlhbze82b J. Carrol Naish Batouche
6yams9dqaxvhoc997zflut9owyl Hugh O'Brian Carl Smith
3i2ss2tysqgi47pgtfqoo2ratzg Robert Douglas Benton
George J. Lewis Lawson
8ddske894otlz2hitvhlha5xqir Richard Long Patrick J. Scanlon
4cith9nnf1nvzwdwhxoezkjikus Jay Silverheels Cajou
Rlxis78zmzwduiwsij2vlbh8kim Jay Silverheels Cajou
A19basfcdm1lwaxkm27xmfhnyet Antonio Moreno Chief Dark Cloud
Frank Chase Keller
G2abgo3yjobzuug4camhcg0gsd1 Lowell Gilmore Banks
Lklrms3hfedgyctojza6tfgbzgr Anthony Caruso Spotted Eagle
Henry Wills Merrill
Bob Herron Brill

Crew

Art

Bernard Herzbrun Art Direction

Richard H. Riedel Art Direction

Camera

John F. Seitz Director of Photography

Directing

Raoul Walsh Director

Editing

Frank Gross Editor

Production

Aaron Rosenberg Producer

Sound

William Lava Original Music Composer

Henry Mancini Original Music Composer

Hans J. Salter Original Music Composer

Frank Skinner Original Music Composer

Herman Stein Original Music Composer

Writing

Gil Doud Story