The Charge At Feather River
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The Charge At Feather River
With all those flaming arrows being aimed directly at the audience, it is fairly obvious that Charge of Feather River was originally released in 3D. Fresh from his TV success as Wild Bill Hickok, Guy Madison stars as frontiersman Miles Archer (his character name will be amusing to fans of The Maltese Falcon). In the company of cavalry sergeant Baker (Frank Lovejoy) and a column of troops, Archer heads into Indian country to rescue a pair of white female captives. One of the two girls, Ann McKeever (Helen Westcott), is reluctant to return because she's been despoiled by her Indian captors;… More

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"It was the biggest grossing Western in 1953 and is considered by many as the best 3-D Western of the 1950s."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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