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Apache Woman (1955)





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American-International was still American Releasing Corporation, and studio head Roger Corman was still in his "western" period, when Apache Woman came out in the fall of 1955. The title character, a half-breed named Anne Libeau (Joan Taylor), is the sister of renegade Apache Armand (Lance Fuller). Despite (or perhaps because of) his college education, Armand goes on a one-man rampage against the white settlers of Arizona. Government agent Rex Moffet (Lloyd Bridges) vows to halt Armand's activities, a task made difficult when he falls in love with Anne. Apache Woman was well photographed by Floyd Crosby, who later collaborated with Roger Corman on the producer-director's "Edgar Allan Poe" series of the 1960s.


Lloyd Bridges
as Rex Moffett
Joan Taylor
as Anne LeBeau
Lance Fuller
as Armand LeBeau
Paul Birch
as Sheriff
Jonathan Haze
as Tom Chandler
Lou Place
as Carrom
Gene Marlowe
as White Star
Dick Miller
as Tall Tree
Jean Howell
as Mrs. Chandler
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