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|Directed by||Frank McDonald.|
|Produced by||Robert A. Nunes|
William F. Broidy Pictures
|Distributed by||Lippert Pictures|
|September 20, 1954|
A cavalry unit escorts a group of civilians through dangerous territory inhabited by Indians on the warpath
Filming started 17 May 1954 in Apple Valley and took 12 days.
- NOVEL BY CARSON BOUGHT FOR FILM New York Times 17 May 1954: 18.
- Jeanne Crain, Andrews Brave African Dangers Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times 19 Aug 1954: A11.
- THUNDER PASS Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 22, Iss. 252, (Jan 1, 1955): 126.
- Drama: Gravel-Voiced Devine Back to Films; William Demarest Aids Hannibal Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 17 May 1954: B9.
- Thunder Pass at IMDb
- Thunder Pass at the British Film Institute
- Thunder Pass at the TCM Movie Database
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