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Blu-ray Review - Broken Arrow


1950's "Broken Arrow" has the distinction of being one of the first westerns to approach Native American characters with a degree of respect. It's a movie about tolerance set during one of the least tolerant times in American history, attempting to reexamine and reconfigure the traditional "Cowboys vs. Indians" simplification of history. Its ambition to rise above the competition is fascinating, giving "Broken Arrow" a boost in dramatic possibility, with director Delmer Daves (helming an adaptation of a Elliot Arnold novel) taking characterization as seriously as he can while still serving up elements of action and romance that act as comforting familiarity while the feature works to introduce new ideas of cultural awareness.  Read the rest at


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