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The Charge at Feather River Details

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With all those flaming arrows being aimed directly at the audience, it is fairly obvious that 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 Guy Madison). 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; the other girl, Ann's sister Jennie (Vera Miles), is in love with the tribal chief and intends to betray her rescuers at the first opportunity. The rescue has been staged to divert the Indians' attention away from the railroad that is being constructed across their territory. The trick now is for Archer, the soldiers and the women to return to Cavalry headquarters in one piece. The film ends with the eponymous charge, excitingly staged by director Gordon Douglas. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Release date:July 11, 1953

Cast

Guy Madison
as Miles Archer
Frank Lovejoy
as Sgt. Baker
Helen Westcott
as Anne McKeever
Vera Miles
as Jennie McKeever
Dick Wesson
as Cullen
Onslow Stevens
as Grover Johnson
Steve Brodie
as Ryan
Ron Hagerthy
as Johnny McKeever
Fay Roope
as Lt. Col. Kilrain
Neville Brand
as Morgan
Henry Kulky
as Smiley
Lane Chandler
as Poinsett
Fred Carson
as Chief Thunder Hawk
James Brown
as Connors
Ralph Brooke
as Wilhelm
Fred Kennedy
as Leech
Dub Taylor
as Danowiaz
John Damler
as Dabney
Louis Tomei
as Curry
Carl Andre
as Hudkins
Ben Corbett
as Carver
Vivian Mason
Steve Wayne
Dick Wessel
as Cullen
Carl Andre
as Hudkins
Ben Corbett
as Carver

Crew

David Weisbart
Producer
James R. Webb
Screenwriter
J. Peverell Marley
Cinematographer
Max Steiner
Composer (Music Score)
Folmar Blangsted
Editor
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