The stalking moon

Format: DVD 2008
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Adapted from a novel by Theodore V. Olsen, The Stalking Moon opens in the Arizona of the Old West, as the U.S. calvary is in the process of relocating Native Americans to reservations. One of the calvary men is Sam Varner (Gregory Peck), an aging scout who is ready to retire to his New Mexico home after this mission. Varner is called upon to sneak into a small Apache camp in order to disarm the guards before the rest of his troupe rides in to round up the whole tribe. After the round-up, a white woman is discovered among the Americans. Her name is Sarah Carver (Eva Marie Saint), and she was captured ten years ago by a mysterious and vicious warrior named Salvaje (Nathaniel Narcsisco), who is not among those captured in the round-up. Held against her will, she now has a nine-year-old son by Salvaje. Although her English is very rusty from disuse, she lets Varner know that she and her son would like to be taken away from the tribe. He agrees to transport her to his home, and they set out together for New Mexico, having to overcome obstacles such as a sandstorm to get there. Along the way, they seem to sense that someone is following them, and after they arrive at Varner's cabin, they find themselves set upon by the vengeful Salvaje. Enlisting the aid of a half-breed scout Robert Forster that he raised from childhood, Varner tries to fend off Salvaje, who seems to be toying with them before moving in for the final kill. ~ Craig Butler, Rovi
An Army scout rescues a white woman and her half-Indian son from their renegade captors.
Additional Information
Subjects Rescues -- Drama.
Western films.
Action and adventure films.
Feature films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Publisher Burbank , CA :Warner Home Video,2008
Edition Widescreen version.
Other Titles Western classics collection.
Stalking moon.
Contributors Lang, Charles B.
Sargent, Alvin.
Mayes, Wendell.
Pakula, Alan J., 1928-1998.
Mulligan, Robert, 1925-2008.
Peck, Gregory, 1916-2003.
Saint, Eva Marie, 1924-
Forster, Robert, 1942-2019
Clay, Noland.
Tyner, Charles.
Thorson, Russell, 1906-1982.
Bull, Richard, 1924-2014.
Silvera, Frank, 1914-1970.
Wyeth, Sandy.
Chapman, Lonny, 1920-2007.
Martínez, Joaquín, 1930-2012
Frizell, Lou, 1920-1979.
Narcisco, Nathaniel.
Karlin, Fred.
Olsen, Theodore V. Stalking moon.
National General Pictures.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Participants/Performers Gregory Peck, Eva Marie Saint, Robert Forster, Henry Beckman, Noland Clay, Charles Tyner, Russell Thorson, Richard Bull, Frank Silvera, Sandy Wyeth, Lonny Chapman, Joaquin Martinez, Lou Frizell, Nathaniel Narcisco.
Other Contributors Art directors, Roland Anderson, Jack Poplin ; film editor, Aaron Stell ; set decoration, Frank Tuttle ; costumes by Dorothy Jeakins, Seth Banks, Grace Harris ; executive production manager, Harry A. Caplan ; music by Fred Karlin.
Audience MPAA rating: G.
Language English
In English with optional subtitles in English (for the hearing impaired) or French.
Notes Originally produced as a motion picture in 1968.
From the novel by Theodore V. Olsen.
Also issued as part of the Warner Home Video Western classics collection.
System Details DVD; region 1, NTSC; letterbox widescreen format; Dolby digital mono..
Description 1 videodisc (109 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 1419866273
1419866214 (set)
9781419866210 (set)
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