|Directed by||Stuart Gilmore|
|Screenplay by||Harold Shumate|
|Story by||Robert Hardy Andrews|
|Produced by||Herman Schlom |
|Cinematography||William V. Skall|
|Edited by||Samuel E. Beetley|
|Music by||Paul Sawtell|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
The Half-Breed is a 1952 American Western film directed by Stuart Gilmore and written by Harold Shumate, Richard Wormser and Charles Hoffman. The film stars Robert Young, Janis Carter, Jack Buetel, Barton MacLane, Reed Hadley and Porter Hall. The film was released on May 4, 1952, by RKO Pictures.
The Apache near the fictional town of San Remo, Arizona, are subject to exploitation by local whites and a corrupt US Indian agent. Charlie Wolf (known as the half-breed for his partial European ancestry) tries to lead his people during difficult times. Dan Craig (Robert Young) is a gambler who comes to town and gets involved in negotiations between Wolf and the townspeople, who fear an Apache attack. At the same time, there are rumors of gold in the ground under the Apache reservation, increasing the threat to them by European-American encroachment.
- Robert Young as Dan Craig
- Janis Carter as Helen Dowling
- Jack Buetel as Charlie Wolf
- Barton MacLane as Marshal Cassidy
- Reed Hadley as Frank Crawford
- Porter Hall as Kraemer
- Connie Gilchrist as Ma Higgins
- Sammy White as Willy Wayne
- Damian O'Flynn as Capt. Jackson
- Frank Wilcox as Sands
- Judy Walsh as Nah-Lin
- Tom Monroe as Russell
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- The Half-Breed at the TCM Movie Database
- The Half-Breed at the American Film Institute Catalog