Jim Harvey is hired to guard a small wagon train as it makes its way west. The train is attacked by Indians and Harvey, hoping to persuade Aguila, the chief, to call off the attack due to Harvey's having saved his son's life, leaves the train to negotiate. He is captured and the rest of the train is wiped out except for two sisters. Escaping and showing up in town later, Harvey is nearly hanged as a deserter, but gets away. Eventually caught by the sheriff and his posse, they are attacked by Indians. This time the Indians are defeated and Aguila, captured and dying, reveals the identity of the white man who engineered the initial attack on the wagon train, just as the perpetrator rides up behind them.
Writer:John Meredyth Lucas (screenplay), Kenneth Perkins (novel)
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Aron F (ca) wrote: Mysterious, exciting, scary, and sad...
Karan C (us) wrote: must watch film ........but not for time pass movie viewers
CoroZoe H (kr) wrote: tear can't stop during watching...story and the actors are all great which move the audience more.
Hobie P (us) wrote: Its got some hilarious moments and its raunchy so I had fun
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Greg W (ru) wrote: lame totally destroys the franchise
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Migl B (au) wrote: Pretty good. The plot is a little hard to follow.
Oliver N (ru) wrote: Undeniably a step backwards from the near-perfect 'Goldeneye,' yet still extremely thrilling, it does fall back occasionally on Bond clich, which leaves us as an audience Shaken by the stunning action, but not necessarily Stirred on an emotion level that it's predecessor manages to capture to perfection.Verdict: B
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