|Directed by||Vern Piehl|
|Produced by||Vern Piehl (producer)
Rowd Sanders (executive producer)
|Written by||Dewitt Lee
|Music by||Ed Norton|
|Edited by||Bill Irwin|
|June 1, 1975|
Apache Blood is a 1975 American film directed by Vern Piehl.
The film is also known as A Man Called She (American pre-release title) and Pursuit (American reissue title).
1866, native Americans and newcomers violently clashing. A once peaceful native American named "Yellow Shirt" is the last survivor of his people and seeks revenge.
Various other scenes of horse riding, a bear attack, scalping, cactus traps and gun battles are spliced together with constant dramatic music and such rough editing that more of the plot is anyone's guess.
- Ray Danton as Yellow Shirt
- Dewitt Lee as Sam Glass
- Troy Nabors as Cpl. Lem Hawkins
- Diane Taylor as Yellow Shirt's Woman
- Eva Kovacs as Martha Glass
- Jason Clark as Army Dispatch Rider
- Dave Robart as Soldier
- William Chatwick as Soldier
- Carl Mancini as Soldier
- Earl Baldwin as Soldier
- Wilford 'Whizzer' White as Indian
- Carl Nelson as Indian
- Jack Lee as Soldier at Fort
- Apache Blood at the Internet Movie Database
- Apache Blood on YouTube
- Apache Blood is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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