Oklahoma Territory

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Released 1960

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Director:
Edward L. Cahn
Released:
1960
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Oklahoma Territory is a 1960 western film directed by Edward L. Cahn. The film follows Temple Houston (played by Bill Williams), the son of the fabled Sam Houston. Houston is a district attorney and gunslinger who finds himself in a tense situation when he is forced to prosecute his good friend Chief Buffalo Horn (played by Ted de Corsia) in the court of the infamous 'Hanging Judge' Thomas Parker (played by Thomas Broome Henry). Buffalo Horn has been charged with the murder of an Indian commissioner. In the middle of the trial Houston finds out that Buffalo Horn might just have been a pawn in the plot of a railroad agent (played by Grant Richards) who wanted to steal land from the Local Cherokee tribe. This film was shot in Chatsworth, California and is historically inaccurate.

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