Directed by Raoul Walsh in 1964. The Indian chief War Eagle and his Chiricahuas left their reserve and, from Mexico, carry out a guerrilla warfare against the American army in the Arizona desert. Freshly graded from West Point Academy, lieutenant Matt Hazard arrives at Fort Delivery, the fort more put at stake, and, the following day of his arrival, is attacked by the Indians while searching for wood. The soldiers, inadequately trained, flee and Hazard is left alone. He manages to circumvent the Indians, saves then Commander Mainwarring's wife, whose carriage was also attacked, spends the night with her in a cave, and, finally, returns to Fort Delivery.
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The Commander Mainwaring having been killed by the Chiricahuas, Hazard decides to train his soldiers to make them ready for the next battle. Along with General Quaint whose troops came to reinforce the detachment of Fort Delivery, Hazard finds the Chiricahuas who, after many losses, manage to cross the Mexican border. Aware that this war can last for a long time, General Quaint sends Hazard to Mexico, accompanied by an Apache scout, to negotiate the surrender of War Eagle and his tribe.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler