Five Bloody Graves

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Released 1970

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Five Bloody Graves

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Director:
Al Adamson
Released:
1970
Rating:
R
Five Bloody Graves is a 1970 western about a group of Yaqui Indians killing and torturing settlers in the Goblin Valley of Utah. Enter lone gunslinger Ben Thompson (Robert Dix) whose bride was killed by the Yaqui chief Satago (John Cardos) on his wedding day. After saving a woman from Yaqui attack, Thompson meets up with a former girlfriend (Vicki Volante) saving her from attack by Santago and his tribe. After she and her husband (Kent Osbourne) are later killed, Thompson vows revenge and meets up with a wagon train on its way to a gold mining settlement and victims of the Yaqui tribe. Thompson enlists the help of Satago's half-brother to protect the wagon train and get his revenge. Will the outnumbered group be able to win this standoff in the harsh Utah landscape? Five Bloody Graves was directed by Al Adamson, son of B-movie directing legend Victor Adams, and written by the film's star, Robert Dix.

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Military & War, Independent