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Notable as: Action/AdventureSub-Category: Western, Action Film, Action/AdventureNarrative location: ArizonaRuntime: 89 - 93 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Delmer DavesScreenwriter: Albert MaltzMusic: Hugo FriedhoferCinematography: Ernest PalmerStars: James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget, Will Geer, Robert Adler, Arthur Hunnicutt, Basil Ruysdael, Jay Silverheels, Argentina Brunetti, Robert Adler, Trevor BardetteProducer: Julian BlausteinStudio: 20th Century FoxAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Color (Ernest Palmer)
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (Jeff Chandler)
Academy Award for Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay (Albert Maltz)
Award details: (details at IMDb)
Description

Broken Arrow is a western Technicolor film released in 1950. It was directed by Delmer Daves and starred James Stewart as Tom Jeffords and Jeff Chandler as Cochise. The film is based on these historical figures but fictionalizes their story in dramatized form. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, and won a Golden Globe award for Best Film Promoting International Understanding. Film historians have said that the movie was one of the first major Westerns since the Second World War to portray the Indians sympathetically.


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