Captain Apache (DVD)
Directed by Alexander Singer
Captain Apache (DVD)
Newly Remastered in HD! The Wild West was Murder! Spaghetti Western legend, Lee Van Cleef (Bad Man's River, Sabata) stars in this western as Captain Apache, a Native American US Army officer on a secret mission. Van Cleef investigates the murder of an Indian Agent whose dying words "April Morning" is the only clue to who killed him. As he gets closer to solving the case, he uncovers an elaborate plot to assassinate the President. Directed by TV veteran Alexander Singer (Cagney & Lacey, Mission: Impossible) with a screenplay by writing and producing legends Milton Sperling (Merrill's Marauders) and Philip Yordan (The Chase). The all-star cast includes Stuart Whitman (Shadows in an Empty Room), Carroll Baker (Baby Doll) and Percy Herbert (Bridge on the River Kwai).
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