The Stalking Moon

  • 1969
  • Movie
  • G
  • Western

Poorly conceived western that offers little action and an overabundance of talk has Peck as an Indian scout ready to retire to his New Mexico ranch when Saint pops into his life. The woman has been held captive by Apaches for the past 10 years and has given birth to a half-breed son now 9 years old. Peck agrees to escort mother and son to safety but soon...read more

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Poorly conceived western that offers little action and an overabundance of talk has Peck as an Indian scout ready to retire to his New Mexico ranch when Saint pops into his life. The woman has been held captive by Apaches for the past 10 years and has given birth to a half-breed son now

9 years old. Peck agrees to escort mother and son to safety but soon finds himself the prey of Narcisco, Apache father of the boy, who wants his son back. The Indian goes on a killing spree until Peck finally overpowers him in a cunning battle. Peck and Saint can't do much with their roles because

the material sheds little light on the characters they are supposed to portray. Camera work fails to take advantage of the outdoor scenery.

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  • Rating: G
  • Review: Poorly conceived western that offers little action and an overabundance of talk has Peck as an Indian scout ready to retire to his New Mexico ranch when Saint pops into his life. The woman has been held captive by Apaches for the past 10 years and has give… (more)

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