Broken Arrow-50 (1950)
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The Most Powerful Weapon is Courage.
|Tom jeffords tries to make peace between settlers and apaches.|
"...dramatic and didactic. Sanderson Beck, Movie Mirrors
Editor's NoteInteresting depiction of relations with the Indians in the frontier West focuses on the relationship between cavalry scout Stewart and Apache chief Cochise (Chandler). The scout's attempts to head off an Indian war are complicated by his love affair with an Indian woman.
Cast & Crew
|Albert Hogsett - Art Director|
|Albert Maltz - Screenplay|
|Delmer Daves - Director|
|Elliott Arnold - Based On Novel By|
|Ernest Palmer - Cinematographer|
|Hugo Friedhofer - Original Music By|
|J. Watson Webb, Jr. - Editor|
|Julian Blaustein - Producer|
|Lyle R. Wheeler - Art Director|
|Michael Blankfort - Screenplay|
Plot SummaryA westerner decides to try to make peace with the Apaches and discovers that he has fallen in love with an Indian woman.
|Golden Globe, Broken Arrow, Best Film Promoting International Understanding|
|Golden Globe, Ernest Palmer, Best Cinematography - Color|
|Oscar, Jeff Chandler, Best Actor in a Supporting Role|
|Oscar, Ernest Palmer, Best Cinematography, Color|
|Oscar, Albert Maltz, Best Writing, Screenplay|