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Yellowstone Kelly (11-Nov-1959)

Director: Gordon Douglas

Writer: Burt Kennedy

From novel by: Heck Allen (pseudonym "Clay Fisher")

Keywords: Western

In the time of the Sioux Uprising in the late 1870s, a trapper and his young ward are forced by the Sioux to heal a blue-eyed Arapahoe squaw, Wahleeah, who has suffered a gunshot wound. Main character modeled after Luther Sage Kelly, but the story is a complete fiction. Some definite homoerotic undertones in the relationship between Kelly and Anse, though later they both have eyes for Wahleeah. Adequate though disappointing western; about the quality of a TV movie.

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CAST

Starring
Clint Walker   ...   Yellowstone Kelly
Edd Byrnes   ...   Anse Harper
John Russell   ...   Gall
with
Ray Danton   ...   Sayapi
Claude Akins   ...   Sergeant
Rhodes Reason   ...   Maj. Towns
Andra Martin   ...   Wahleeah
Gary Vinson   ...   Lieutenant
Warren Oates   ...   Corporal

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