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Duel at Diablo

Duel at Diablo

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Duel at Diablo, Lieutenant McAllister is ordered to transport several ammunition wagons to another fort through Apache territory with only a small troop of rookie soldiers to guard them. Along for the ride is ex-scout Jess Remsberg who is trying to track down Ellen Grange, who, having recently been freed from Apache captivity, has mysteriously run off again to rejoin them. Remsberg frees Ellen again and leaves her with the embattled soldiers as he rides off to the fort, not only for help, but to find the man who killed and scalped his Indian wife.

STARS: James Garner, Sidney Poitier, Bibi Andersson

103 min | Drama,Thriller,  Western | 1966 | Color


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Excellent Western
Thoughtful Western where both the cowboys and the Indians are shown to be both heroes and villains, and human at heart. Surprising to me for its ability to see both sides in that day and age. Explores the issues of friendship, command, judgment and persecution in the developing West. I found it excellent for its ability to both entertain, provide suspense and also explore the issues instead of just making the "Injuns the bad men" and the "White men the good men." Heroic cavalry lieutenant is ordered to move out green recruits on unbroken horses to get from the fort to the next destination. In the meantime, old cavalry friends, in new roles, reunite to accomplish the mission. The anger and prejudice of Indians against white men and women, and white men and women against Indians are inflamed by both a town woman who has been kidnapped and become an Indian squaw, and a white man who has lost his Apache wife to the lust and violence of others of his own race. Resolved in a way that goes somewhat above and beyond the stereotypical "white hat/black hat" good guys and bad guys.

Very stirring
The movie tried to depict the Apache as the bad guys....But in the underlying theme was the the story that these were Indians forced to live on a reservation, and dealing with it the best way they knew how.The calvary used force on Chata resorted to using force on the Calvary...the sub plot was a story of a woman whom had been taken by the Apache and borne a son to the son of Chata...After a brutal fight at a box canyon the Apache was defeated...Chata surrendered and was seen as a broken man with no hope, and no hope of ever seeing his Grandson again....

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