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The Nebraskan

Released Dec 2, 1953 1h 8m Western List
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When his Indian assistant, Wingfoot (Maurice Jara), is accused of murdering a Sioux chief, Army scout Wade Harper (Phil Carey) brings him to Fort Kearney, Neb., where Colonel Markham (Regis Toomey) insists the young man has the right to a fair trial rather than handing him over to the Sioux. While in jail, Wingfoot is forced to escape with ruthless prisoner Reno Benton (Lee Van Cleef). Wade sets out with a small party to rescue his friend, with the Sioux right behind him. Read More Read Less

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Mark Williams Radio Times A typical but frantic series of wham-bam confrontations and knife-edge rescues with a little romance thrown in. Rated: 2/5 May 20, 2024 Full Review Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews A listless and over familiar B film cowboy and Indians yarn. Rated: C Feb 2, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis When his Indian assistant, Wingfoot (Maurice Jara), is accused of murdering a Sioux chief, Army scout Wade Harper (Phil Carey) brings him to Fort Kearney, Neb., where Colonel Markham (Regis Toomey) insists the young man has the right to a fair trial rather than handing him over to the Sioux. While in jail, Wingfoot is forced to escape with ruthless prisoner Reno Benton (Lee Van Cleef). Wade sets out with a small party to rescue his friend, with the Sioux right behind him.
Director
Fred F. Sears
Producer
Wallace MacDonald
Distributor
Columbia Pictures
Production Co
Columbia Pictures Corporation
Genre
Western
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
Dec 2, 1953, Original
Runtime
1h 8m
Sound Mix
Mono