A muscular Western featuring the fisticuffs of Bronson. In 1870, the soldiers at an Army outpost in Utah are supposedly suffering from a diphtheria epidemic. A train heads toward the fort filled with soldiers, medical supplies and Bronson, an undercover agent posing as an arrested criminal. There, he makes a stunning discovery: there is no epidemic, but there is a conspiracy between a group of killers and a tribe of Indians. Fabled stunt man Yakima Canutt helped out, and boxer Archie Moore shows his stuff.
Richard Crenna - American TV/Film Actor
Charles Durning - American Actor
Archie Moore - Actor
Charles Bronson - American Actor
Charles Buchinski - American Actor
Charles Buchinsky - American Actor
Charles Bunchinsky - American Actor
Jill Ireland - Actress/Dancer/In USA
Tom Gries - Director/"Rat Patrol"
Ed Lauter - American Supporting Actor
Edward Lauter - American Supporting Actor
Alistair MacLean - Novelist/Screenwriter
Lucien Ballard - Cinematographer, RIO GRANDE/THE WILD BUNCH
Jerry Goldsmith - Film composer
Jerrald K. Goldsmith - Film composer
Jerrald Goldsmith - Film composer
Michael Hennagin - Film composer
Ben Johnson - American Actor/Westerns
In 1870, the soldiers of an Army outpost in Utah are supposedly suffering from a diptheria epidemic. Fortunately, a train, filled with additional soldiers, medical supplies and a motley crew of passengers, is on its way. One traveler is John Deakin, an undercover agent posing as an arrested criminal. When Deakin begins snooping around, he makes a stunning discovery: that there is no epidemic at the fort. The lie is actually part of a conspiracy between a group of killers and a tribe of Indians, who plan to take over the outpost and steal its gold and silver. Can Deakin foil the plan before it's too late?