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Apache 1954 123movies

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Unconquerable!Jul. 09, 195491 Min.
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Watch: Apache 1954 123movies, Full Movie Online – Following the surrender of Geronimo, Massai, the last Apache warrior is captured and scheduled for transportation to a Florida reservation. Instead, he manages to escape and heads for his homeland to win back his girl and settle down to grow crops. His pursuers have other ideas though..
Plot: Following the surrender of Geronimo, Massai, the last Apache warrior is captured and scheduled for transportation to a Florida reservation. On the way he manages to escape and heads for his homeland to win back his girl and settle down to grow crops. His pursuers have other ideas though.
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Notable Western about a tough Apache warrior perfectly played by Burt Lancaster and masterfully directed by Robert Aldrich
This is an exciting and masterful movie by the great Robert Aldrich , at his first and the best Western . Many years later bloody fighting with the settlers in the American frontier and a bitter battle between the Apaches and the US cavalry in the struggle for the West , the chief Apache Gerónimo is obliged to undertake a humiliating defeat . But his warrior more radical and violent named Maasai (Burt Lancaster), renounces to accept rendition . Maasai refuses to surrender and takes on the relentless American cavalry (John McIntire , Charles Bronson) , attempting to get a step ahead of the perfectly trained troopers ,all of them have vowed to kill him . Meanwhile , he falls in love for a gorgeous Apache woman (Jean Peters) . And as his crusade will precipitate toward an epic final battle . Maasai to be realized that he must persevere , not only for his life , but also by the pride of all his Apache race . There really was a renegade Apache warrior called Massai, who was a bloodthirsty killer renowned for stealing, raping and murdering. He did indeed escape from a prison train bound for Florida and made his way back to his homeland.

This thoughtful picture is an excellent adaptation based on the novel by Paul J. Wellman titled ¨Bronco Apache¨ . This film is , along with “Devil’S Doorway” and ” Broken Arrow”, one of the few titles of great quality shot in the 1950s to praise the figure of the Red Skins against White Men . Interestingly , the screenwriter James R Webb and the director Robert Aldrich found the character Maasai of the original novel very aggressive , so they decided to join an Apache woman well performed by the wonderful Jean Peters who married Howard Hughes . Lancaster makes an unforgettable and top-notch interpretation as a two-fisted warrior named Maasai , transmitting all the fierceness , nobility and ubiquity of his particularly stubborn role as well as unfriendly . A top-drawer western , the third feature film of the great Aldrich , here directing a Western masterpiece and to confirm with another great movie : “Vera Cruz” . “Apache” is a thrilling and vibrant story to deal with the figure of a rebel Indian ; the own Aldrich did in 1972 another splendid film with this theme : “Ulzana’s raid” also with Lancaster as starring . The good of the screenplay is presented to the American Indian with dignity , honour and understanding . This is an intelligent , top-of-the-range piece for its time that had the original tragic final re-shot, against Aldrich’s wishes , to make it more happy . He later concluded that “if you shoot two endings, they will always use the other one, never yours”.

In ¨Apache¨ Robert Aldrich gave a tense and brilliant direction , though was shot in 30 days . Aldrich began writing and directing for TV series in the early 1950s, and directed his first feature in 1953 (Big Leaguer ,1953). Soon thereafter he established his own production company and produced most of his own films, collaborating in the writing of many of them . Directed in a considerable plethora of genres but almost all of his films contained a subversive undertone . He was an expert on warlike (Dirty Dozen , The Angry Hills , Attack , Ten seconds to hell) and Western (The Frisko kid , Ulzana’s raid, Apache , Veracruz , The last sunset) . ¨Apache¨ is a masterful film in all aspects , is among the best westerns of the cinema . Rating : Above average , it’s a must see and a standout in its genre ; thus, this film was a commercial success .

Review By: ma-cortes
Corn-y Apache
Yet another grandiose insult to the Native American people. Only an all-white descendant of European puritans would see it as otherwise. (And even THAT genealogy is widely aware of the grim truth these days.)

There is such a thing as “willing suspension of disbelief” and it is splashed around the movie milieu like mud on pigs – because it NEEDS to be. If it weren’t for this imperative facility, we would never buy the innumerable stupidities the fun-makers throw at us: sound in space, life after death, faster-than-light travel, teens investigating pitch-black basements without flashlights…. But this movie seems INTENT on trying to subvert that suspension from all angles.

No one needs to BE “sick” to PLAY sick, or be “gay” to play gay, or angry to play angry – that’s why it’s called “acting”. But to cast the uber-red-white-n-blue cowboy Burt Lancaster, splotchily body-painted as an APACHE, egregiously pushes the “suspension of disbelief” envelope way past “racist” and “ignorant” and somewhere into the region of parallel universe. Furthering the surrealism, petite-featured Jean Peters is his blue-eyed Apache Woman (both of them sporting chic Valley Girl Headbands to hold their deplorable jet-black, synthetic-hair wigs in place); both abjectly avoiding any semblance of Apache mannerism or speech inflection (except, of course, for that precious “educated savage” idiosyncrasy of referring to themselves in the third person). To cap it all, Lancaster’s every phrase and action that of a theatrical acting student performing Native-American-Warrior-by-way-of-Julliard, rather than that of battle-worn, open-sky-raised Apache. I won’t even mention the Central Casting “Generic Indian” extras, who were all Mexican, Spanish and White (“Yeh, Doris – just throw some breechclouts, beads and feathers on ’em, will ya.”) – A viewer from an alien culture would never be able to apprehend why the marauding Europeans would want to massacre indigenous American peoples who looked and spoke and behaved and were culturally EXACTLY LIKE THEM!

Even Lancaster’s motivation was so milky-white, you could healthily breast-feed your baby with it: victim of the almost Nazi-like racial cleansing of the late 1800s, of the Native American peoples by the Amerikan Military, his aspirations were NOT to challenge the White Eyes over rightful claim to The Land, but rather, to ASSIMILATE into the white community by GROWING CORN alongside his oppressors and raising kids in that enslaved environment. Certain Native American groups *were* farmers, through their own volition – but Lancaster’s character implies that in his travels, he encountered a Cherokee group whose truce with their resident Whites was brought about by “learning” how to sow corn. In essence, if you sycophant yourself and husband the land, the White Eyes will “let you live”. Consequently, this mission becomes Lancaster’s El Dorado.

And the White Slant of the movie makes lowering his standards from “fighting the continental United States” to “sowing a meager rock-strewn plot of land with a model” the noblest thing an Apache could possibly do. In the most unrealistic turn of an altogether unrealistic movie, as Lancaster battles inept soldiers trying to gun him down in the final scene, all animosity is quelled when the soldiers realize that he has staked roots *in this here land of THEIRS* by growing corn and siring a child – and they LEAVE HIM BE!

And I thought *Disney Corp* was the most dangerous of all insidious liars.

The canard that the Amerikan Military has even a shred of respect for peoples whom they are inculcated to believe are alien enough to warrant massacring, is stridently converse to what we now know to be the truth about ANY war situation. “The enemy” have always been regarded as soul-less, god-less, without rights or recourse and deserving of death at His Most Righ-chuss Hand. EVERY side is guilty of advocating this credo.

Simply put: even though he had cowed to the Amerikan Way, the military would NOT have left Lancaster to live in peace in his newly-created outer ‘burb of White-Man-Ville. The Amerikan Military was not out to CONVERT Native Americans; it was a much simpler plan – GENOCIDE. Lancaster would have been expediently killed, his cornfield torched, his postpartum wife raped and his newborn disposed of in a manner unfit to describe in this forum.

At this juncture in its spotty history, Amerika is quite self-aware of its many atrocities towards the numerous indigenous tribes of nomads whom they couldn’t tell apart through ignorance. We know that the fledgling Amerikan government did not honor ONE SINGLE TREATY that it signed with any Native American; we know of Custer’s men using the heads of Native American children as soccer balls; of the regard of these noble peoples as “devils in human shape” – so to be subjected to this fiasco of a movie honeycoating the Apache peoples’ plight by portraying how one “proud warrior” can learn to live peaceably amongst his subjugators by ignominiously succumbing to White Culture, simply puts me on the warpath. (Even the oversimplified title “Apache” – a term applied to a number of Southwestern Athapascan Native American groups – is as inelegant as titling a film “White Man”, be it about a Canadian, European or Australian.)

The audience is cajoled into believing that the film-makers’ sympathies lay with the Native Americans, as the “star” of the movie is (supposedly) portraying an Apache. But once again, history is being written by the winners and Lancaster’s laughably inauthentic Native American character is simply a big Cop-Out.

Though it is intimated by Lancaster and ultimately diluted by the film’s message of RAMPANT CORN-GROWING, it is never made clear that the Apache peoples were always fighting for the two causes which Amerikans hold most dear as their god-given rights – their homeland and their freedom.

Stick THAT in your pipe and smoke it!

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Review By: dunmore_ego

Other Information:

Original Title Apache
Release Date 1954-07-09
Release Year 1954

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Passed
Genre Western
Director Robert Aldrich
Writer James R. Webb, Paul Wellman
Actors Burt Lancaster, Jean Peters, John McIntire
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Western Electric Recording)
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1, 1.85 : 1 (cropped)
Camera N/A
Laboratory Technicolor (color by)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Eastman color Negative Film, 25T, Type 5248, 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format Technicolor Dye Transfer prints, 35 mm

Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Apache 1954 123movies
Original title Apache
TMDb Rating 6.2 100 votes

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