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Indian Uprising(1952)

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This film's working title was War Cry. As the print available for viewing was missing approximately 24 minutes, the summary was based on several additional contemporary sources. According to other contemporary sources, Howard St. John was replaced by Robert Shayne in the role of "Maj. Nathan Stark." In the film, "Geronimo" speaks in Spanish, which is translated for the whites by his son "Tubai," who learned English at a missionary school. In real life, Geronimo surrendered for the last time in September 1886. He and several hundred Apaches were sent to prison in Florida and, later, in Alabama. Geronimo died, still a prisoner, in 1909.