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Terreur en Oklahome

France, 1950 (MIFF 1958, French Fantasia)

Director: Andre Heinrich

A French satire on the "'Western" with a gold rush, a magnificent fight in a saloon, a cross-country bicycle chase, capture by Indians, and the apprehension of the bandit. The commentary is in French but the film makes its point visually.

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