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Indians in the movies were always seen as brutal and inhuman. Here they are seen as people who want what the "white men" wanted: to live in freedom with their families on the own land and to live their lives in their own way. Jeff Chandler is terrific as Apache leader Cochise, who he would play twice more in other films. There is a moving scene when they return from battle and he recites the names of those killed with a pained look in his eyes.

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There is a moving scene when they return from battle Arro he recites the names of those killed with a pained look in his eyes. Here they are seen as people who want what the "white men" wanted: to live in freedom with their families on their own land and to live their lives in their own way.

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Stewart plays a scout who seeks to heal the divisions between the Apaches and white men But while "Broken Arrow" is a perfectly acceptable depiction of frontier struggles, it does not display Stewart to the best advantages Delmer Daves was competent enough, but he lacked the ultimate virility and intensity of Anthony Mann "Broken Arrow" examines, rather intensely and directly, the mistreatment and flagrant exploitation of the Indians by whites in the early West The strength of this often lyrically photographed picture which will a1ways have an honorable place among Westerns lies particularly in the touching dignity of Stewart's love and marriage to an Indian girl Debra t.

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Cochise and Stewart's character have a relationship which grows from mutual respect to a true friendship as they try to work out peace between the whites and indians. When this film was released 50 years ago, blacks, asians and American Indians were still being portrayed using the worst kinds of racial stereotypes. I Beoken think of another western in which indians have been portrayed as real people with emotions who hurt, who love. Here they are seen as people who want what the "white men" wanted: to live in freedom with their families on their own land and to live their lives in their own way.

Indians in the movies were always seen as brutal and inhuman. Stewart is looked on as a traitor by his friends and things are complicated further by his relationship with the young Apache girl played by Debra t. Cochise and Stewart's character have a relationship which grows from mutual respect to a true friendship as they try to work Sekeing peace between the whites and indians.

Indian haters, of course, stir up the usual sort of trouble and Stewart's bride becomes a victim with all the consequent poignancy for which the film is aome remembered The over-wise Chandler counsels him that he must learn to live with his whiteness just as his new friends must contend with their own place in the cosmic scheme of things Cochise has words of stark consolation for Stewart: "As I bear the murder of my people, so you will bear the murder of your wife.

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Stewart is looked on as a traitor by his friends and things are complicated further by his relationship with the young Apache girl played by Debra t.

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