Pawnee

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Released 1957

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Pawnee

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Director:
George Waggner
Released:
1957
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Pawnee is a 1957 Western directed by George Waggner. When Wise Eagle (Ralph Moody), the chief of the Pawnee Indians, finds a young, abandoned white child, he raises him as his own son and names him Pale Arrow (George Montgomery). As white wagon trains begin unlawfully coming through Pawnee territory, adult Pale Arrow suddenly finds himself rejected by his tribe. He tries to integrate himself into white society by getting rid of his Indian garb and taking a job as a wagon train scout, but he finds that his white brethren do not trust him either. After peace-loving Wise Eagle dies, his bloodthirsty son, Crazy Fox (Charles Horvath), takes over the tribe. Crazy Fox has long harbored a grudge against Pale Arrow for stealing away his squaw, Dancing Fawn (Charlotte Austin), and for being the favorite son of Wise Eagle. Now, Crazy Fox plans to seek revenge against all white people by waging war against their wagon train.

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Action & Adventure

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Westerns