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The Charge at Feather River (1953) was a Western Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by David Weisbart.

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Pvt. Wilhelm: Yeah; I'll just fill my pipe!
[gets shot by an arrow in the leg]
Pvt. Wilhelm: AAH!

Grover Johnson, Artist: Well, if they had squaws with them, they would hardly be on the warpath, would they?
Miles Archer: Anybody who tells you he can figure Indians - he's lyin'!

Miles Archer: I don't get it. Indians don't like to fight at night.
Grover Johnson, Artist: Why?
Miles Archer: Because if they get killed in the dark it'll always be dark in their happy hunting grounds.

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Began shooting late February 1953.
WILHELM SCREAM: A scream used for the character Pvt. Wilhelm (recorded originally for Distant Drums) has since been reused in many films, including the Star Wars and Indiana Jones films.
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Also directed by Gordon Douglas

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