A bitter Confederate veteran (Rod Steiger) joins a Sioux tribe to keep his war against the Union going in Run of the Arrow (1957), directed by Sam Fuller.
Writer-producer-director Samuel Fuller supplies a balladeer (Frank Warner) with a genuine Confederate war song, before his visit with vanquished O'Meara (Rod Steiger) and his mother (Olive Carey) in Run Of The Arrow, 1957.
O'Meara (Rod Steiger) has come just about around to Sioux ways, Blue Buffalo (Charles Bronson) approving his proposal and marrying him to Yellow Moccasin (Sarita Montiel) in Samuel Fuller's Run Of The Arrow, 1957.
Irish Confederate fugitive O'Meara (Rod Steiger), given shelter by Sioux Yellow Moccasin (Sarita Montiel), is brought before chief Blue Buffalo (Charles Bronson) in Samuel Fuller's Run Of The Arrow, 1957.
The opening scene at Appomattox, Confederate O'Meara (Rod Steiger) fires the last shot, leading to the credits for writer-producer-director Samuel Fuller's Run Of The Arrow, 1957.
The Mole People -- A party of archaeologists discovers the remnants of a mutant 5000 year old Sumerian civilization living beneath a glacier atop a mountain in Mesopatamia.
Ex-Confederate soldier O'Meara (Rod Steiger) is learning Indian ways from Sioux buddy Walking Coyote (Jay C. Flippen) as they travel west, in Samuel Fuller's Run Of The Arrow, 1957.
As Beckett and Castle talk in bed about her lack of job and his potential Sugar Daddy status, Pi, Martha, and Alexis all nonchalantly stroll right in going about their business.
Beckett lets the guys know she just got word she's back on at the Precinct and Castle is back as a consultant, too.
YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS star Greg Rikaart makes a return visit to Hollywood 411 to talk about his recent nomination for a Daytime Emmy.
Greg Rikaart from The Young and the Restless stops by Hollywood 411 to talk about the show as it celebrates its 35th anniversary.
A Rebel vet, O'Meara has refused to surrender when Lee does at Appomattox. O'Meara travels west and after escaping from, he joins the Sioux and takes a wife. After denouncing himself as an American, he must make a choice when the Army and Sioux go to battle.
Victor faces off with Ian Ward, Avery's first shoot hits a snag, and Nick opens his heart to Sharon.(TV -14 DL)
Ian Ward's return shocks Dylan, Billy opens up to Jill, and Jack and Kelly's relationship troubles Summer. Cady McClain debuts as Kelly. (TV -14 D, L)
Kevin puts his heart on his sleeve with Chloe, while Jill and Colin take their relationship to the next level. (TV -14 D, L)
Victoria and Stitch plan their first date, while Rick and Caroline Forrester (Jacob Young and Linsey Godfrey from The Bold and the Beautiful) arrive to attend Chelsea’s fashion show. (TV -14 DL)
Jack tries to make things right with Kelly, Neil gets the rug pulled out from under him, and Dylan and Avery try to help Billy. (TV -14 D)
Michael reaches out to Paul for help, Victor recalls memories with Adam, and Chloe blasts Chelsea as they prepare for their fashion show. (TV -14 D, L)
Colin and Jill give in to passion, Kelly lashes out at Stitch, and Lily witnesses an awkward moment between Devon and Hilary. (TV -14 D)
Sparks fly between Nick and Sharon, Kevin tries to help Chloe pull it together, and Nikki and Jill team up to save Billy and Victoria's marriage. (TV -14 D)
Victor and Chelsea deal with shocking news, Avery's new projects generates buzz, and Billy and Victoria reach a crossroads.
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Billy considers a new path, Abby confronts Jack, and Dylan questions Stitch about his intentions with Victoria. (TV -14 DL)
Nikki witnesses a close moment between Stitch and Victoria, Avery considers her next move, and Jill confronts Kelly. (TV -14 D)
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