Cinema: Way Out West

Three new examples of Hollywood's staple commodity, the horse opera, all filmed in color, contain the full quota of galloping and gunplay:

The Savage (Paramount) considers the predicament of a white boy adopted by Sioux Indians. In time, the youth grows up to be a handsome brave named Warbonnet (Charlton Heston). When his foster father Chief Yellow Eagle goes to war with the white men, Warbonnet's loyalties are naturally torn. Matters become even more complicated when Warbonnet falls in love with a white girl (Susan Morrow).

At intervals, during the unfolding of this blood-brother plot,...

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