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Ulzana's Raid (18-Oct-1972)

Director: Robert Aldrich

Writer: Alan Sharp

Music by: Frank De Vol

Producer: Carter DeHaven

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lloyd Bochner
29-Jul-1924 29-Oct-2005 It's a cookbook
Richard Bull
26-Jun-1924 3-Feb-2014 Nels on Little House on the Prairie
Nick Cravat
11-Jan-1912 29-Jan-1994 The Crimson Pirate
Bruce Davison
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Richard Farnsworth
1-Sep-1920 6-Oct-2000 Comes a Horseman
Richard Jaeckel
10-Oct-1926 14-Jun-1997 Sometimes a Great Notion
Burt Lancaster
2-Nov-1913 20-Oct-1994 Elmer Gantry


Burt Lancaster   ...   McIntosh
Bruce Davison   ...   Lt. Garnett DeBuin
Jorge Luke   ...   Ke-Ni-Tay
Richard Jaeckel   ...   Sergeant
Joaquin Martinez   ...   Ulzana
Lloyd Bochner   ...   Capt. Gates
Karl Swenson   ...   Rukeyser
Douglass Watson   ...   Maj. Cartwright
Dran Hamilton   ...   Mrs. Riordan
John Pearce   ...   Corporal
Gladys Holland   ...   Mrs. Rukeyser
Margaret Fairchild   ...   Mrs. Ginsford
Aimee Eccles   ...   McIntosh's Indian Woman
Richard Bull   ...   Ginsford
Otto Reichow   ...   Steegmeyer
Dean Smith   ...   Horowitz
Larry Randles   ...   Mulkearn
Hal Maguire   ...   Trooper
Ted Markland   ...   Trooper
R. L. Armstrong   ...   Trooper
John McKee   ...   Trooper
Tony Epper   ...   Trooper
Nick Cravat   ...   Trooper
Bill Burton   ...   Trooper
Fred Brookfield   ...   Trooper
Jerry Gatlin   ...   Trooper
Walter Scott   ...   Trooper
Richard Farnsworth   ...   Trooper
Indian Braves
Henry Camargo   ...   Indian Brave
Larry Colelay   ...   Indian Brave
Gil Escandon   ...   Indian Brave
Marvin Fragua   ...   Indian Brave
Frank Gonzales   ...   Indian Brave
Benny Thompson   ...   Indian Brave
George Aguilar   ...   Indian Brave
Wallace Sinyella   ...   Indian Brave


Review by John Levin (posted on 20-Sep-2007)

So often in the past we've heard and seen for ourselves the double injustice suffered by the American indian. John Ford who played no small part in perpetuating that injustice on film, finally relented late in his career and presented his apology in the form of Cheyenne Autumn. Too little too late. Burt Lancaster, approaching 60, took what amounted to a supporting role in a film that very much succeeded where Mr Ford had failed. Jorge Luke plays an indian scout for the US Army and Joaquin Martinez plays a Geronimo-type guerrilla fighter with much conviction. Here for once indians are portrayed as being more than a match for the white man. This is a superior but necessarily violent film that I strongly recommend.

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