Rampage at Apache Wells

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Released 1965

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Rampage at Apache Wells

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1965
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Rampage at Apache Wells is a 1965 American western film directed by Harald Philipp and starring Stewart Granger, Pierre Brice, Walter Barnes, and Terence Hill. The "Oilprince" (Harald Leipnitz) is an unscrupulous businessman who cheats many of their money by selling oil wells at Shelly Lake that do not actually exist. His plan to keep Shelly Lake for himself is thwarted when he learns that colonists are on their way to settle nearby. The Oilprince then sends one of his men to pretend to be their guide and lead them fair away from Shelly Lake. Winnetou (Brice), the leader of the Apache tribe, and his brother Old Surehand (Granger) find a way to outsmart the Oilprince, and lead the settlers to the right place. When they encounter the Navajo Indians, however, they are blamed for a murder actually committed by the OIlprince. Rampage at Apache Wells was not well received by critics.
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