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Battles of Chief Pontiac

1952 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

DramaHistoryWarWestern

In pre-Revolutionary America, the efforts of a Colonial officer trying to broker a peace deal between Indian chief Pontiac and British and American settlers are threatened by the commander of a Hessian mercenary unit who embarks on a campaign of extermination against the Indians. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com Battles of Chief Pontiac is a 1952 American English-language Drama History film featuring Lex Barker, Helen Westcott, Lon Chaney Jr., Berry Kroeger, Roy Roberts, Larry Chance and Art Gilmore. Jack Broder Productions Inc. was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Irving Starr and Jack Broder. The movie is directed by Felix E. Feist. Realart Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the film. Battles of Chief Pontiac was released on 8th December 1952 and takes a screen time of 72 minutes. The screenplay for the movie was written by Jack DeWitt. Cinematography was done by Charles Van Enger and editing by Philip Cahn. The music was composed by Elmer Bernstein.
  • Jini Score
    13%
  • Rating
    5.9/10
  • Jini Score
    13%
  • Rating
    5.9/10
In pre-Revolutionary America, the efforts of a Colonial officer trying to broker a peace deal between Indian chief Pontiac and British and American settlers are threatened by the commander of a Hessian mercenary unit who embarks on a campaign of extermination against the Indians. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com Battles of Chief Pontiac is a 1952 American English-language Drama History film featuring Lex Barker, Helen Westcott, Lon Chaney Jr., Berry Kroeger, Roy Roberts, Larry Chance and Art Gilmore. Jack Broder Productions Inc. was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Irving Starr and Jack Broder. The movie is directed by Felix E. Feist. Realart Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the film. Battles of Chief Pontiac was released on 8th December 1952 and takes a screen time of 72 minutes. The screenplay for the movie was written by Jack DeWitt. Cinematography was done by Charles Van Enger and editing by Philip Cahn. The music was composed by Elmer Bernstein.

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