Indian Uprising (film)

Indian Uprising is a 1952 Columbia Pictures Western film shot in SuperCineColor, directed by Ray Nazarro and starring George Montgomery. It was filmed at the Corriganville movie ranch.[1]

Indian Uprising
Directed byRay Nazarro
Produced byBernard Small
Edward Small (uncredited)
Written byRichard Schayer
StarringGeorge Montgomery
CinematographyEllis W. Carter
Edited byRichard Fantl
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
January 2, 1952
Running time
75 mins.
Country United States

Plot synopsis

Arizona 1885 - Cavalry Captain Case McCloud (George Montgomery) tries to maintain the treaty between the Apache led by Geronimo (Miguel Inclan - who had previously played Cochise in John Ford's Fort Apache) and the government that keeps white prospectors off Apache territory. But local Tucson businessmen stir up trouble and when a new cavalry commander Maj. Nathan Stark (Robert Shayne) arrives, he recalls his troops and allows local prospectors back to their mines. McCloud does everything in his power to stop all out war.



  1. p.360 Schneider, Jerry Corriganville Movie Ranch, 30/08/2007
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