Captain Apache

Synopsis: A Native American born US Army officer, Captain Apache, investigating a murder, uncovers a presidential assassination plot.
Genre: Action, Crime, Mystery
94 min

That I think.

The behavior of the white man

is disgraceful.

- Especially toward women.

- So I heard.

It wouldn't consider marrying a man...

... who didn't treat a woman

with the upmost respect.

You shouldn't.

My mother taught me one thing:

No man respects a women

who doesn't respect herself.

It is certain.

Now you wouldn't want the mother

of your children...

... to be any other way?

- Absolutely not.

When I marry,

It's going to be for ever and ever.

Oh, me too.

I believe that a woman can have

only one great love in her life.

That's true.

Some where, some place there is

the right man for me.

That's good.

And until that day

you see me as I am...

... lovely and untouched.

Ok, red ass...

... what's so important

about April Morning?

That's what I'm trying to find out.


Take it easy, lady,...

... I don't wanna blow your brains out.

You're no gentleman.

A savage likes to be sociably unpredictable.


He must have had a hell of a time

trying to make up his mind.

- You do it?

- Me?

A person like me

wouldn't do a thing like that.

It was another feller...

He was like a father to me.

What was he to you?

Looks like you've got a lot of

things to find out.

Don't make me do it..

All I can tell you is once a month

... O.J. rode across the border

to meet somebody.

- Who?

- I do not know.

- Where?

- El Lobo,...

... a cantina.

I'll be back.

Welcome to Mexico,

Captain Apache!

How do you know who I am?

I'm a witch, I know everything.

Then tell me why I'm here?

What you're looking for

is not here.

Why are they dead?

So there will be no witnesses

to tell about your death.

You're late, sergeant.

We ride into the border patrol, Sir.

We had to take a detour.

Having trouble?

Somebody stolled my horse.

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Philip Yordan

Philip Yordan (April 1, 1914 – March 24, 2003) was an American screenwriter of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s who also produced several films. He was also known as a highly regarded script doctor. Born to Polish immigrants, he earned a bachelor's degree at the University of Illinois and a law degree at Chicago-Kent College of Law. more…

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