'Geronimo' highlights an early '60s turning point in Hollywood's depiction of Native Americans - the great chief is drawn with sympathy - but no more than that. He is portrayed by Chuck Connors, an obviously Caucasian actor and there are no Native Americans in the cast. The story centres on Geronimo's escape from oppressive conditions to Mexico where he gathered his forces to wage war against the U.S.

Year: 1962
Genre: Westerns, True Stories, Biography, Action
Country: USA
Director: Arnold Laven
Starring: Chuck Connors, Pat Conway, Adam West, Armando Silvestre, Kamala Devi, Ross Martin
Duration: 98 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains violence.
Location in store: Western



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