40 Guns to Apache Pass

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1967

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Director:
William Witney
Released:
1967
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40 Guns to Apache Pass is a 1967 western that details the Army's mission to get a shipment of rifles past the Apaches and safely into the right hands. Army Captain Bruce Coburn (Audie Murphy) is put in charge of insuring that the homesteaders safely get to Apache Wells, while avoid being attacked by the Apaches, led by Cochise (Michael Keep). Once at Apache Wells, the men are ordered to return and get a shipment of 40 rifles that are desperately needed by the army. Coburn is a tough Captain and some of the guys are angered his harsh treatment. This anger escalates when he reprimands Corporal Bodine (Robert Brubaker) for stealing rationed water. After an Apache attack, Bodine and the other guys decide to tie up Captain Coburn and fellow wounded soldier, First Sergeant Walker (Robert Brubaker), and steal the guns. Coburn frees himself and Walker and safely arrive at Apache Wells. Coburn is upset when he is ordered not to go after the men and retrieve the rifles, but he disobeys the order and goes after them anyway. Coburn hopes that he is able to stop Bodine before the weapons end up in the wrong hands.moreless
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