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« on: January 08, 2006, 04:24:03 AM »

Review of the movie, just before Eastwood became a major star  :)

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Despite the glut of TV westerns in 1958, 20th Century-Fox's Regal Films subsidiary continued grinding out profitable sagebrushers. In Ambush at Cimarron Pass, cavalry sergeant Scott Brady is ordered to escort a prisoner through treacherous Indian territory. A diehard Union sympathizer, Brady is forced to rely upon a group of ex-Confederates to successfully complete his mission. This may be difficult, however: the Apaches drive off the troop's horses, forcing them to complete the arduous journey on foot. Billed third in Ambush at Cimarron Pass is Clint Eastwood, no longer a bit player but not yet a star

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« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2006, 10:06:58 AM »

John Henry, if you copy something from another source, we require you to credit the original author and provide a link to the source (or a full citation if your source is print-only).

We also strongly encourage you to use the quote feature so everyone will know you are quoting someone else's words.

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Plot description by Hal Erickson, from the All Movie Guide:

http://www.allmovie.com/cg/avg.dll?p=avg&sql=1:83612

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Despite the glut of TV westerns in 1958, 20th Century-Fox's Regal Films subsidiary continued grinding out profitable sagebrushers. In Ambush at Cimarron Pass, cavalry sergeant Scott Brady is ordered to escort a prisoner through treacherous Indian territory. A diehard Union sympathizer, Brady is forced to rely upon a group of ex-Confederates to successfully complete his mission. This may be difficult, however: the Apaches drive off the troop's horses, forcing them to complete the arduous journey on foot. Billed third in Ambush at Cimarron Pass is Clint Eastwood, no longer a bit player but not yet a star. -- Hal Erickson
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