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Saturday Night at the Movies: Broken Arrow


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The first in a season of Western films featuring one of Hollywood's most popular stars James Stewart with Jeff Chandler , Debra Paget
Set in the 1870s at the time of the Indian wars in Arizona, Broken Arrow is usually regarded as a landmark: it was the first Western to take a sympathetic view of the Indians instead of mowing them down.
Jeff Chandler plays Cochise, a role he was later to repeat, whilst James Stewart plays the frontiers-man, Tom Jeffords , who attempts to bring about a new understanding between the white man and the Indians.
Director DELMER DAVES Films: page &


Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Jeff Chandler
Unknown: Debra Paget
Unknown: Broken Arrow
Unknown: Jeff Chandler
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Tom Jeffords
Director: Delmer Daves
Tom Jeffords: James Stewart
Cochise: Jeff Chandler
Sonseeahray: Debra Paget
General Howard: Basil Ruysdael
Ben Slade: Will Geer
Terry: Joyce MacKenzie
Duffield: Arthur Hunnicutt
Col Bernall: Raymond Bramley
Goklia: Jay Silverheels
Nalikadeya: Argentina Brunetti
Boucher: Jack Lee
Lonergan: Robert Adler

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Broken Arrow

BBC One London, 7 February 1976 18.30

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