|Directed by||Charles B. Pierce|
|Produced by||Charles B. Pierce
|Written by||Brad White
Charles B. Pierce
Michael O. Sajbel
Iron Eyes Cody
|Music by||Jaime Mendoza-Nava|
|Cinematography||James W. Roberson|
|Edited by||James W. Roberson|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
Grayeagle is a 1977 Western adventure film directed Charles B. Pierce, written by Brad White, Charles B. Pierce and Michael O. Sajbel, starring Ben Johnson, Iron Eyes Cody, and Lana Wood. The music was composed by Jaime Mendoza-Nava. The theme is about kidnapping and interracial/cross-cultural romance.
Set in 1848, in the Montana Territory, Ben Johnson plays John Coulter who lives on the plains with his daughter Beth and his friend Standing Bear. The story is told mainly from a Native American point of view.
Beth is kidnapped by Greyeagle of the Cheyenne nation, who was tasked by the nation's chief to bring Beth to him. Coulter and Standing Bear go through various adventures to find Beth, to bring her back safely home.
- Ben Johnson as John Coulter
- Iron Eyes Cody as Standing Bear
- Lana Wood as Beth Coulter
- Jack Elam as Trapper Willis
- Paul Fix as Running Wolf
- Alex Cord as Grayeagle
- Jacob Daniels as Scar
- Jimmy Clem as Abe Stroud
- Cindy Butler as Ida Coulter
- Charles B. Pierce as Bugler
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