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Fort Bravo has all those characteristics that make you remember her for a long time.
The date chosen for the feature film to finally hit theaters was year 1953.
The cast of this film (William Holden, Eleanor Parker, John Forsythe, William Demarest, Polly Bergen) has had to spend long months traveling and shooting with all the effort that this implies.

We could say that the mission of the film director is to supervise all the tasks of the film and make important decisions for it. This task has been possible thanks to John Sturges.
The duration of the film is 98 min..
It comes from United States.

When we analyze a movie, one of the most important parts to take into account is the script and in this case, it has come from the hand of Frank Fenton, Phillip Rock, Michael Pate.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) has been the production company that has given life to this project and for which it has been carried out due to its large initial investment.
The way the music in this film blends with the story is a true work of art produced by Jeff Alexander.

Everyone has ever taken a photograph, but it has nothing to do with Robert Surtees and his team, who are all professionals and it has been proven when directing the photography for this film.
Perhaps a large part of the success of this film is that it has been a success to expose this story and these messages from a Western genre.


Critics Fort Bravo

Decent romantic drama from the Civil War period. try to escape from Fort Bravo. Vigorous and soulful cavalry Western with powerful scenes, thrilling action, and renowned actors
***. The perspective of a woman. Grays against blues and Indians against all!
Surprisingly original film and therefore also enjoyable. Only the good die young. A colorful western-Indian cavalry
Well done western but absolutely familiar. Routine oatmeal. Worthy 1953 Western with William Holden and Eleanor Parker
Union fort in Arizona used as a Confederate prison camp and surrounded by marauding Mescalero Apaches. A Cavalry And Indian Pic Made Around The World. Classic western
Even better than before. A formula western that has some interesting moments. Good western
A man's only mission in his life changes when he meets the right woman. Decent Western, but not memorable. A hairy Bill Holden and a very dressed Eleanor Parker
Colorful but stark ... saved by a claustrophobic climax. A great western. Watch out for the DVD
When you're in the grave, Beecher, it doesn't matter too much how you got there.
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