28 %
$ 1 Million

Seminole is a 1953 English-language Adventure Western movie directed by Budd Boetticher and produced by Howard Christie under the banner of Universal-International. Having a welcome strategic expertise in both the hot and dank Florida swamplands and the local tribe of Seminole Indians, the brilliant and ethical West Point graduate, Second Lieutenant Lance Caldwell, is transferred to scheming Major Degan's Everglades outpost, in 1835. Supposedly impeding the development of white civilisation, the Seminoles must be expelled from their native lands at all costs; all that stands between the aspirations of the venomous commanding officer and the last of the Indian clans is Caldwell. Sooner or later, a dead sentry and a fiery clash with the men of the powerful Seminole leader, Chief Osceola, will stain the vast and impassable marshes with blood, as a strong-willed beautiful woman stands in the middle. Can Caldwell be the voice of reason and compromise? Written by Nick Riganas. Seminole stars Rock Hudson in the title role along with an ensemble cast including Anthony Quinn, Barbara Hale, Richard Carlson, Hugh O'brian, Russell Johnson and Lee Marvin. The screenplay is written by Charles K. Peck Jr. Cinematography was done by Russell Metty and editing by Virgil W. Vogel. The film has a running time of 87 minutes. It was released on 26th October 1953. The movie made a box office gross of $1 million. Distribution rights for the motion picture were acquired by Universal Pictures.

Release Date 26 OCT 1953
Run Time 1 HOUR 27 MINUTES



Adventure , Western

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