Cimarron Strip - Battle of Bloody Stones

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Released 1967

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Cimarron Strip - Battle of Bloody Stones

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Director:
Richard C. Sarafian
Released:
1967
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A Classic Action Adventure of the Old West on Cimarron Strip. A Wild West Show featuring the Battle of Bloody Stones, a cavalry slaughter of Indians, is playing in Cimarron, starring impresario Wildcat Gallager (Gene Evans). Marshal Crown (Stuart Whitman) watches with apprehension as three Indian lads, John Wolf (Tom Nardini), Little Crow and Tom Penney (Richard Viharo), indicate displeasure. After the show, two actors engage the townsman, John Wolf is beaten. Crown jails the participants and tells Wildcat his show must leave town. Tom Penney and Little Crow escape, and after taunting John's father, Ghost Wolf (Henry Wilcoxon), for his inactivity, they set fire to a railroad bridge. Wildcat and his friends haze the convalescent John. Seeking escape, the Indian boy jumps on a swinging chandelier, only to fall to his death. Retaliating for the burned bridge, Bert sets fire to the Penneys' small farmhouse and is shot by Tom Penney. Ghost Wolf, informed by Crown of his son's death, posts himself in front of the show amphitheater, waiting for Wildcat Gallagher. Crown puts Wildcat in a cell and then confronts Ghost Wolf, but when the man refuses to leave, the pair fight until they are exhausted. Wildcat and his troop leave Cimarron.moreless
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