I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)




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Originally telecast as a "Xerox Special" on April 14, 1975, I Will Fight No More Forever is the true story of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians. In 1877, Joseph (played by Ned Romero) refuses to obey a governmental order to remove himself and his tribe to a reservation. General Howard (James Whitmore), the cavalry officer ordered to prevent the Nez Perce from defying the government's edicts, sympathizes with the honorable and courageous Joseph, but duty is duty. Ultimately, Chief Joseph and his followers make a disastrous attempt to escape over the border to Canada. Filmed in central Mexico, I Will Fight No More Forever was written for television by Jeb Rosebrook and Theodore Strauss.


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It's a hoot. It has that odd racism when western films try to portray the aboriginal, but it means well, and it's actually an engaging story. Good fight and battle scene, a bit of almost laughable melodrama, but all around a solid film for an evening or afternoon. I watched this on 16mm so it definitely enhanced to experience.

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