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White Eagle (1941)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Drama | 31 January 1941 (USA)
White Eagle is the son of a massacred army officer, who has been raised by an Indian tribe and believes himself to be the son of the tribal chief. White Eagle is working to get a peace ... See full summary »

Director:

James W. Horne

Writers:

Arch Heath (screenplay), Morgan Cox (screenplay) (as Morgan B. Cox) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Buck Jones ... White Eagle
Raymond Hatton ... Grizzly
Dorothy Fay ... Janet Rand
James Craven James Craven ... Dandy Darnell
Chief Yowlachie ... Chief Running Deer
Jack Ingram ... Gregory Cantro
Charles King ... Brace - Henchman
John Merton ... Ronimo - Henchman
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White Eagle is the son of a massacred army officer, who has been raised by an Indian tribe and believes himself to be the son of the tribal chief. White Eagle is working to get a peace treaty signed between the Indians and the white settlers, but "Dandy" Darnell has about a dozen different reasons for the treaty not to be signed, and keeps dispatching a small army of henchmen to keep relations between the Indians and the settlers stirred to a boiling point for most of the fifteen chapters Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Taglines:

RIDE WITH BUCK...BACK TO THE DANGER-JAMMED DAYS WHEN THE WEST WAS REALLY WILD!(original print ad-all caps) See more »


Certificate:

Approved | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 January 1941 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El √°guila invencible See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Columbia Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(15 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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CHAPTER TITLES: 1. Flaming Tepees; 2. The Jail Delivery; 3. The Dive into Quicksand; 4. The Warning Death Knife; 5. Treachery at the Blockade; 6. The Gun-Can Murder; 7. The Revealing Blotter; 8. Bird Calls of Deliverance; 9. The Fake Telegram; 10. Mystic Dots and Dashes; 11. The Ear at the Window; 12. The Massacre Invitation; 13. The Framed-Up Showdown; 14. THe Fake Army General; 15. Treachery Doomed. See more »

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Featured in Blazing the Overland Trail (1956) See more »

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Buck rides the same trail again, but takes longer this time.
23 November 2005 | by horn-5See all my reviews

This 1941 Buck Jones serial was a remake of Jones' 1932 feature western of the same title. It was the 13th Columbia serial.

The plot is the same as Fred Myton's 1932 original-feature story, expanded from 62 minutes to 290 minutes, wherein White Eagle (Buck Jones)is the son of a massacred army officer, who has been raised by an Indian tribe and believes himself to be the son of the tribal chief. White Eagle is working to get a peace treaty signed between the Indians and the white settlers, but "Dandy" Darnell (James Craven), in one of the "greatest" over-the-top, scenery-chewing performances even lensed, has about a dozen different reasons for the treaty not to be signed, and keeps dispatching a small army of henchmen to keep relations between the Indians and the settlers stirred to a boiling point for most of the fifteen chapters.


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