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FORT WILLIAM HENRY ... The Siege & Massacre FORT WILLIAM HENRY... The Siege & Massacre. The real Fort William Henry from its southwestern bastion, Lake George in the background. ~~~~~ Lake George was wilderness.






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Yes, really looks at one go.
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Cool filmets :) very cool :) filmets is even nothing), I advise)
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THANK YOU ! FILM wonderful, especially the acting! TRANSFER JUST SUPERIOR! SPECIAL THANKS FOR dubbing !! I want to continue with these very actors!
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good film
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Good bovik
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And when it will lay out a new series, she left already? And then straight to wait until there is no power)))
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Classics of the genre.
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Fort Apache (film) - Wikipedia Fort Apache is a 1948 American Western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and Henry Fonda. The film was the first of the director's "cavalry trilogy ...

Fort Apache (film) - Wikipedia This article is about the 1948 film Fort Massacre For other uses see Fort Apache Fort Apache is a 1948 American Western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and Henry Fonda 45 The film was the first of the directors cavalry trilogy and was followed by She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1949 and Rio Grande 1950 both also starring Wayne The screenplay was inspired by James Warner Bellahs short story Massacre 1947 The historical sources for Massacre have been attributed both to George Armstrong Custer and the Battle of Little Bighorn and to the Fetterman Fight 6 The film was one of the first to present an authentic and sympathetic view of the Native Americans involved in the battle Apache in the film Sioux in the real battles citation needed The film was awarded the Best Director and Best Cinematography awards by the Locarno International Film Festival of Locarno Switzerland Screenwriter Frank S Nugent was nominated for best screenplay by the Writers Guild of America Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Reception 5 See also 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External links After the American Civil War highly respected veteran Captain Kirby York John Wayne is expected to replace the outgoing commander at Fort Apache an isolated U S cavalry post York had commanded his own regiment during the Civil War and was wellqualified to assume permanent command To the surprise and disappointment of the company command of the regiment was given to Lieutenant Colonel Owen Thursday Henry Fonda Thursday a West Point graduate was a general during the Civil War Despite his Civil War combat record Lieutenant Colonel Thursday lacks experience with the Indians he is expected to oversee and is an incompetent arrogant and egocentric officer Accompanying widower Thursday is his daughter Philadelphia Shirley Temple She becomes attracted to Second Lieutenant Michael Shannon ORourke John Agar the son of Sergeant Major Michael ORourke Ward Bond The elder ORourke was a recipient of the Medal of Honor as a major with the Irish Brigade during the Civil War entitling his son to enter West Point and become an officer However the classconscious Thursday forbids his daughter to see someone he does not consider a gentleman When there is unrest among the Indians led by Cochise Miguel Inclan Thursday ignores Yorks advice to treat the natives with honor and to remedy problems on the reservation caused by corrupt Indian agent Silas Meacham Grant Withers Thursdays inability to deal with Meacham effectively due to his rigid interpretation of Army regulations stating that Meacham is an agent of the United States government and therefore entitled to Army protection despite his own personal contempt for the man coupled with Thursdays prejudicial and arrogant ignorance regarding the Apache drives the Indians to rebel Eager for glory and recognition Thursday orders his regiment into battle on Cochises terms a direct charge into the hills despite Yorks urgent warnings that such a move would be suicidal Thursday relieves York and orders him to stay back replacing him with Captain Sam Collingwood George OBrien Following Thursdays orders York spares the younger ORourke from battle Thursdays entire command is nearly wiped out but a few soldiers manage to escape back to the ridge where Captain York is positioned Thursday himself survives but then returns to die with the last of his trapped men Cochise spares York and the rest of the detachment because he knows York to be an honorable man Subsequently now LieutenantColonel Kirby York commands the regiment Meeting with correspondents he introduces Lt ORourke now married to Philadelphia Thursday A reporter asks Colonel York if he has seen the famous painting depicting Thursdays Charge York about to command a new and arduous campaign to bring in the Apaches while believing that Thursday was a poor tactician who led a foolhardy and suicidal charge says it is completely accurate and then reminds the reporters that the soldiers will never be forgotten as long as the regiment lives John Wayne as Capt Kirby York Henry Fonda as Lt Col Owen Thursday Ward Bond as Sgt Major Michael ORourke Shirley Temple as Miss Philadelphia Thursday John Agar as Lt Michael Shannon Mickey ORourke Dick Foran as Sgt Quincannon Pedro Armendáriz as Sgt Beaufort Miguel Inclan as Cochise Victor McLaglen as Sgt Festus Mulcahy Guy Kibbee as Capt Wilkens regimental surgeon Anna Lee as Emily Collingwood George OBrien as Capt Sam Collingwood Jack Pennick as Sgt Fort Massacre Daniel Schattuck Irene Rich as Mary ORourke Grant Withers as Silas Meacham Movita as Guadalupe Col Thursdays cook Ray Hyke as Lt Gates regimental adjutant Productionedit Some exteriors for the films location shooting were shot in Monument Valley Utah The exteriors involving the fort itself and the renegade Indian agents trading post were filmed at the Corriganville Movie Ranch a former Simi Hills movie ranch that is now a regional park in the Simi Valley of Southern California Receptionedit The film recorded a profit of 445000 7 In 2013 dollars this amounts to U S 4365450 8 The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists 2008 AFIs 10 Top 10 Nominated Western Film9 See alsoedit List of American films of 1948 John Wayne filmography Fort Apache disambiguation Fort Apache the Bronx a 1981 crime film starring Paul Newman Henry Fonda filmography Shirley Temple filmography Referencesedit Fort Apache Detail View American Film Institute Retrieved May 10 2014   UI BOYS 2 STORIES TO BE MADE FILMS Studio Acquires Beauty and Beast and Velvet Fleece Kanin to Produce Former By THOMAS F BRADYSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES New York Times 1923Current file New York N Y September 19 1947 27 Top Grossers of 1948 Variety 5 January 1949 p 46 Variety film review March 10 1948 page 10 Harrisons Reports film review xxx Howze William 2011 Sources for Fords Cavalry trilogy The Saturday Evening Post and James Warner Bellah   Section of Howzes doctoral dissertation Richard Jewell & Vernon Harbin The RKO Story New Rochelle New York Arlington House 1982 p228 httpwww dollartimes comcalculatorsinflation htm AFIs 10 Top 10 Nominees PDF Archived from the original on July 16 2011 Retrieved August 19 2016  CS1 maint BOT originalurl status unknown link Further readingedit Crowther Bosley June 25 1948 Fort Apache RKO Western With Fonda Wayne and Temple Bill at Capitol The New York Times   In his contemporary review Crowther writes apparent in this picture for those who care to look is a new and maturing viewpoint upon one aspect of the American Indian wars For here it is not the heathen Indian who is the heavy of the piece but a hardbitten Army colonel blind through ignorance and a passion for revenge And ranged alongside this willful white man is a venal government agent who exploits the innocence of the Indians while supposedly acting as their friend Levy Emanuel Fort Apache 1948   Recent highly favorable review of John Fords superb blackand white elegiac Western Schwartz Dennis August 15 2001 Fort Apache Ozus World   Schwartz summarizes the film as a reworking of the Custer myth in a film that over sentimentalizes Army life and chivalry External linksedit Fort Apache on IMDb Fort Apache at the TCM Movie Database Fort Apache at AllMovie