Apache Drums (1951) was a Western - Drama Film directed by Hugo Fregonese and produced by Val Lewton.
APACHE DRUMSBy Dan Day, Jr. on Mar 31, 2019 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
While doing research on Val Lewton for the post I wrote on the new Shout Factory Blu-ray of THE BODY SNATCHER, I discovered that the last film he produced before his untimely death at age 46 was a Western for Universal called APACHE DRUMS in 1951. The movie just so happened to be available for free ... Read full article
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Sally: You could be good and honest.
Sam Leeds: I saw my father work his heart out on a lathe in Bridgeport. He died young and he died broke. He was an honest man. I never want to be one.
Sam Leeds: Look, Reverend, you give a dog a bad name and everybody throws a stone at him. Sure, I gamble. I drink, too. I killed a man who was trying to kill me. This is a rough country and you got to take care of yourself.
Rev. Griffin: Sam Leeds and I have fought together - we saw death ride up to us. I feel I know this man - there's good in him - the kind of good that will help the town you love so much, Joe Madden.
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Final film of producer Val Lewton.
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