Battle of Rogue River

Battle of Rogue River

In 1850 Oregon is trying to gain statehood, but a truce is needed with the Indians before it can be accomplished. A new Army commander, Major Archer (George Montgomery), is dispatched to bring order and peace to the territory.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:71 minutes
  • Release:1954
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:spear,   battle,   military,  

The Indians, under Chief Mike, have been defeating the Army in Oregon for years. The new commander, Major Archer, plans to defeat the Indians once and for all, but his orders are changed to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alice C (nl) wrote: nowhere as good as the first three movies,I hated the fact that Kimberly Brown didin't return to play the role of Marnie,In my opinion Sara Paxton just could not pull it off,I found her to be way to bubbly and not at all suited for the role or Marnie.

Daniel B (us) wrote: The storyline is a bit goofball, but Jeon Ji-hyun is always a pleasure to watch. The final scene made me laugh out loud.

Tyler R (nl) wrote: This movie is awful. Very poor and unnecessary sequel that pales in comparison to the original.

Joey T (gb) wrote: Anthony Perkins is awesome in this movie!!! I think this is one of the best Ken Russell films, 2nd only to Salome's Last Dance.

Greg W (gb) wrote: violent bloody & sexy esp for a Japanese film this tale of the Yakuza was awesome.

Greg W (kr) wrote: not one of the King's best efforts

John R (it) wrote: 160716: Ouch, though I did laugh occasionally. I believe this film's time may have passed.