Released on April 07 of 1950 in the USA, "Comanche Territory" (also known as "Pelle di bronzo", "Im Lande der Comanchen") is a Western film directed by George Sherman, and written by Lewis Meltzer (screenplay) and Oscar Brodney (screenplay) , starring Maureen O'Hara, Macdonald Carey, Will Geer, Charles Drake, Pedro de Cordoba and Ian MacDonald.
A treaty prevents settlers setting up camp on Comanche territory, but silver has been found and the government has sent Jim Bowie (Macdonald Carey) and Dan'l Seeger (Will Geer) to hold up the treaty and to negotiates a new treaty to allow the precious metal to be mined. Bowie soon finds that settlers are planning a raid on the Comanche, all instigated by saloon owner Katie Howard (Maureen O'Hara) and her crooked brother Stacey (Charles Drake). Katie falls in love with Bowie and turns honest, but it may be [...]
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Who is the director of "Comanche Territory"?
George Sherman was an American director, producer, writer, and actor.
George Sherman has directed movies such as "River Lady", released in 1948, "Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider" (1966), "War Arrow" (1953), "Black Bart" (1948), "Pals of the Saddle" (1938), and "Santa Fe Stampede" (1938).
What was the release date of "Comanche Territory"?
"Comanche Territory" was first released on Friday, April 07, 1950, in the United States.Release date for the United States:
- Friday, April 07, 1950
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