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Fort Ti

Fort Ti

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Set against the backdrop of the French and Indian war in colonial America, the British soldiers attempt to route the French Army from Fort Ticonderoga.

STARS: George Montgomery, Joan Vohs, Irving Bacon

73 min | Adventure, War, Western | 1953 | Color


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1950's action film from William Castle that was one of the 3D process.
I first saw Fort Ti as a kid at the local movie house during the 3D fad years. I thought it was great and memories of the movie stayed with me over the years. Some great action sequences that worked well with the 3D process, but did not seemed forced. I give director William Castle credit for weaving in the the action scenes better than some of the other directors handling the 3D process at the time. I disagree with other commentators, that there are no major stars in the film. George Montgomery was at the time a major actor in westerns and action films and would later star in his own television western series. Seeing the film in recent years on the Encore Western channel, I see a lot lacking in terms of the story and the acting I that missed as a youngster caught up in the 3D action, diving in my seat when a thrown tomahawk appeared to be flying off the screen

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