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Fort Apache = yao sai feng yun

This classic portrait of the Old West depicts a martinet calvalry officer whose by-the-book tactics and ignorance of the western frontier cause him to lead his men into a fatal Apache ambush.

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  • "Fort Apache"
  • "massacre de Fort Apache"
  • "Grandes clásicos del western"@es
  • "John Wayne/John Ford Film Collection"@en
  • "Massacre de Fort-Apache"
  • "Yao sai feng yun"@en
  • "要塞風雲"

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  • "An exciting story of Indian attacks and conflicts between men on the western frontier."
  • "This classic portrait of the Old West depicts a martinet calvalry officer whose by-the-book tactics and ignorance of the western frontier cause him to lead his men into a fatal Apache ambush."@en
  • "Lieutenant-Colonel Owen Thursday (Henry Fonda) arrives at a frontier fort to take up his new command. His harsh, unbending philosophy of soldiering creates something of astir in the regiment. His pretty daughter Philadelphia (Shirley Temple) causes rather a different commotion."@en
  • "This classic portrait of the old West depicts a military martinet calvary officer whose by-the-book tactics and ignorance of the western frontier cause him to lead his men into a fatal Apache ambush."
  • "This classic portrait of the old West depicts a military martinet calvary officer whose by-the-book tactics and ignorance of the western frontier cause him to lead his men into a fatal Apache ambush."@en
  • ""In Arizona, after the Civil War, Lt. Col. Owen Thursday and his teenaged daughter Philadelphia stop at a rest station on the road to Fort Apache, where Thursday has just been reassigned as cavalry commander. Also on his way to Fort Apache is young West Pointer Lt. Michael Shannon O'Rourke, who is met by his godfather, the Irish Sgt. Mulcahy, and two other soldier friends. Philadelphia and Michael are immediately attracted to each other, but hide their feelings behind a facade of military decorum. Upon arriving at the fort, the exacting, strict Thursday is briefed about the Apache Indians by Capt. Kirby York and longtime acquaintance Capt. Sam Collingwood, the former commander of Fort Apache. Although Thursday, a demoted Eastern-bred Civil War general who resents his assignment to the remote fort, scoffs at reports of Apache insurrection, York, a seasoned frontier fighter, advises that the Apache threat be taken seriously. Later, Thursday confers privately with Collingwood, a fellow Civil War veteran who, unlike Thursday, has enjoyed few promotions. After discussing Collingwood's upcoming transfer, Thursday talks privately with Michael's father, who is a noncommissioned sergeant at the fort. Thursday learns that Michael, whose professional demeanor has greatly impressed him, received his West Point commission because O'Rourke won the medal of honor during the Civil War. The next day, while Philadelphia, Collingwood's wife Emma and Mrs. O'Rourke turn the barren commander's quarters into a presentable home, Thursday receives word that a general alarm has been issued at neighboring Fort Grant. Despite the alarm, Michael takes Philadelphia riding the next morning, and the couple comes across the bodies of several massacred soldiers. After riding furiously back to Fort Apache with Philadelphia, Michael relates his findings to a worried Thursday. Although appreciative of Michael's detailed report, Thursday forbids the youth to see his daughter again and orders him to lead a small detail to retrieve the corpses. While Michael's detail picks up the slain bodies, Thursday, an avid, if unimaginative strategist, orders a platoon to follow the detail's wagons. As hoped, the wagons are attacked by gun-wielding Apaches, who are then chased off by the platoon. Later, Thursday and York angrily confront Silas Meacham, the local reservation agent, about selling 'rotgut whiskey' and firearms to the Apaches. Although the greedy Meacham maintains his innocence, Thursday discovers that the general store's scales have been fixed and finds liquor where Bibles should be. Once back at the fort, York convinces Thursday to allow him and 'Johnny Reb' Beaufort, a Spanish-speaking soldier, to approach Cochise, the leader of the rebel Apaches, alone and unarmed. While York and Beaufort ride across the Mexican border to the Apache camp, Philadelphia and her father argue about her future with Michael, who has just proposed to her. Thursday tells Philadelphia that, as the son of a non-commissioned officer, Michael can never marry her. He also informs her that he is sending her back East, where she must remain until she reaches legal age. Later, York and Beaufort interrupt a fort dance to report that, as arranged by York, Cochise is returning to Arizona to talk peace with Thursday and Meacham. Despite York's pleas that his promise to Cochise be honored, Thursday orders that the entire Fort Apache regiment report for battle. The regiment is quickly surrounded by Cochise's superior forces, however, and Thursday is forced to order York to negotiate a peaceful settlement. The proud Cochise, who is accompanied by Geronimo and other Apache leaders, demands that Meacham be ousted as a condition for peace, and threatens to 'kill the whites' if this stipulation is not met by dawn. Outraged by Cochise's demands, Thursday decides to attack the Indians and orders his troops to ride into battle in groups of four. When York protests this strategy, which he calls 'suicidal, ' Thursday relieves him of duty and orders that Michael and he man the supply wagons. As predicted by York, Thursday's approach proves disastrous to his troops, and he, too, is shot. After sending Michael to Fort Grant for help, York rescues Thursday, who insists on continuing, despite his wounds. Thursday joins his dug-in regiment and, while fighting alongside O'Rourke and Collingwood, who is unaware that he has just received the teaching commission he has longed desired, is attacked and killed by the Apaches. York and his contingency, the regiment's only survivors, then surrender to Cochise. Years later, after Philadelphia and Michael have married, York, now the highly decorated commander of Fort Apache, defends Thursday's reputation when questioned by reporters about the massacre. After stating that the spirit of Thursday's doomed regiment lives on in every new recruit, York rides off to face Geronimo in battle"--AFI catalog, 1941-1950."@en
  • "In this thrilling outdoor drama of war on the American frontier between Indians and the United States Cavalry, a military martinet (Fonda) assumes command over a desert fort. He engenders dissension and conflict among his family and staff."@en
  • "In the old west, a military martinet has trouble with his family as well as the Indians."
  • "In the old west, a military martinet has trouble with his family as well as the Indians."@en
  • "Terminada la Guerra de Secesión (1861-1865), el general Owen Thursday es degradado. Más tarde lo envían a Fort Apache como teniente coronel para hacerse cargo del mando. El fuerte, situado en medio del desierto de Arizona, es un puesto militar fronterizo cuyos soldados están curtidos en la lucha contra los apaches mescaleros"@es
  • "The soldiers at Fort Apache may disagree with the tactics of their glory-seeking new commander. But to a man, they're duty bound to obey - even when it means almost certain disaster."@en
  • "In John Ford's sombre exploration of "Custer's last stand" and the mythologising of American heroes, he slowly reveals the character of Owen Thursday, who sees his new posting to the desolate Fort Apache as a chance to claim the military honour which he believes is rightfully his. Arrogant, obsessed with military form and ultimately self-destructive, Thursday attempts to destroy the Indian warrior Cochise after luring him across the border from Mexico."
  • "El coronel Owen Thursday, recientemente degradado, llega a Fort Apache acompañado de su bella hija Philadelphia para hacerse cargo del mando. Fort Apache, situado en medio del desierto, es un puesto militar avanzado en la frontera y sus soldados estan curtidos en las luchas contra los indios mescaleros."@es
  • "Embittered Lt. Col. Owen Thursday is sent to Fort Apache, a remote southwest garrison in the Arizona desert, despite his excellent war record. He concocts a scheme to make his reputation as an Indian fighter, which Captain York, a bootstrap veteran of many Indian campaigns, knows means disaster."@en
  • "A martinet commander leads his command to defeat by the Indians. Henry Fonda, John Wayne, and Shirley Temple star in this famous John Ford western."@en
  • "Indian attacks and conflict with the Army on the Western frontier. Fonda is the stubborn Army colonel and Wayne is his practical officer."
  • "The story of an arrogant commanding officer who leads his men into an Apache massacre."@en
  • "A demoted cavalry commander is sent to Fort Apache to fight Indians. -- ABC TV webiste."
  • "A story of the Old West in which a martinet cavalry officer's tactics and ignorance of the western frontier cause him to lead his men into an Apache ambush."
  • "In the Old West, a military martinet has trouble with his family as well as the Indians."
  • "In the old west, a military martinet has trouble with his family as well as the Indians [c.f. Halliwell's]."@en
  • "El coronel Owen Thursday, recientemente degradado, llega a Fort Apache acompañado de su bella hija Philadelphia para hacerse cargo del mando. Fort Apache, situado en medio del desierto, es un puesto militar avanzado en la frontera y sus soldados estan curtidos en las luchas contra los indios mescaleros"
  • "Embittered Lt. Col. Owen Thursday is stuck with the command of Fort Apache, a remote southwest garrison, despite his excellent war record. He concocts a scheme to make his reputation as an Indian fighter, which Captain York, a bootstrap veteran of many Indian campaigns, knows means disaster."
  • "Embittered Lt. Col. Owen Thursday is stuck with the command of Fort Apache, a remote southwest garrison, despite his excellent war record. He concocts a scheme to make his reputation as an Indian fighter, which Captain York, a bootstrap veteran of many Indian campaigns, knows means disaster."@en
  • "The soldiers at Fort Apache may disagree with the tactics of their glory-seeking new commander. But to a man, they're duty bound to obey - even when it means almost certain disaster."
  • "The first of Ford's cavalry trilogy (continued in Rio Grande and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon), Fort Apache is set in a fort in the Southwest during the Indian Wars. Wayne's deep knowledge of Indian ways is ignored by his commanding officer, an arrogant martinet newly arrived from the East, who ultimately leads a foolhardy Custer-like charge to death and disaster. The tradition of the cavalry absorbs such blunders. The myth of a glorious death is perpetuated in the press. Much of the film is a celebration of the ritual of life in the fort."@en

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  • "Oeste, del"
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  • "Westerns"
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  • "Fort apache"
  • "Fort Apache Bis zum letzten Mann"
  • "Fort Apache (Film)"
  • "Fort Apache = yao sai feng yun"@en
  • "Fort Apache"@en
  • "Fort Apache"
  • "Fort Apache"@es
  • "Fort Apache = Le massacre de Fort Apache"
  • "Fort Apache = 要塞風雲"
  • "Fort Apache (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "Fort Apache (Motion picture)"@en
  • ""Fort Apache""
  • "Fort apache = Le Massacre de Fort-Apache"

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