Ambush at Cimarron Pass is a 1958 American film directed by Jodie Copelan and starring Scott Brady, Margia Dean, and Clint Eastwood. Keith Williams (Eastwood) is a Southern cowboy who joins a group of Northerners who were recently attacked by a Native American tribe. The group bands together as they quest to return to safety at the fort. Keith later finds out that the northerners are carrying a shipment of rifles that the Native Americans are after. As the group is attacked several more times, they speed up their trek to the fort, hoping to make it before they lose more men. Eastwood was only 27 years old at the time, making it one of his first starring roles. In his own words, Eastwood has called Ambush at Cimarron Pass "probably the lousiest Western ever made."