Fury at Furnace Creek (1948)





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In this western the two sons of the commanding officer of an outpost attempt to clear their father's name after he is accused of conspiring with the Indians and is forced to resign. To prove his innocence, the men use terribly different methods. The older one, an adventurer, approaches suspects directly, while the younger, an army officer, choose a more subtle, methodical approach. Their different methods serve to temporarily alienate them from each other until at last the truth is discovered. The real traitor is a silver tycoon who framed their pa so he could buy up the Indian land and exploit it for it's valuable ore.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Western
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20th Century Fox Film Corporation


Albert Dekker
as Leverett
Coleen Gray
as Molly Baxter
Reginald Gardiner
as Capt. Walsh
Fred Clark
as Bird
Charles Kemper
as Peaceful Jones
Robert Warwick
as Gen. Blackwell
Roy Roberts
as Al Shanks
Willard Robertson
as Gen. Leads
Griff Barnett
as Appleby
Frank Orth
as Evans
Jay Silverheels
as Little Dog
Robert Adler
as Leverett Henchman
Mauritz Hugo
as Defense Counsel
Howard Negley
as Defense Counsel
Harlan Briggs
as Prosecutor
Si Jenks
as Jury Foreman
Guy Wilkerson
as Court Clerk
Edmund Cobb
as Court Clerk
Al Bridge
as Lawyer
George Chesebro
as Card Player
Al Hill
as Card Player
Jerry Miley
as Card Player
Minerva Urecal
as Mrs. Crum
Paul Newlan
as Bartender
Ray Teal
as Sergant
Alan Bridge
as Lawyer
Oscar O'Shea
as Jailer
James Flavin
as Judge Advocate
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Critic Reviews for Fury at Furnace Creek

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Full Review… | March 24, 2006
New York Times
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A better than average Western.

Full Review… | September 11, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Fury at Furnace Creek

Decent western with a capable cast.

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