Fort Apache (1948 film)
Fort Apache: Owen Thursday sees his new posting to the desolate Fort Apache as a chance to claim the military honour which he believes is rightfully his. Arrogant, obsessed with military form and ultimately self-destructive, he attempts to destroy the Apache chief Cochise after luring him across the border from Mexico, against the advice of his subordinates.
Fort Apache Overview
|Production company||RKO Radio Pictures (US)|
|Box office||3 million|
|Spoken language||English , Español|
Fort Apache - FAQ
What is Budget of Fort Apache ?
Budget of Fort Apache is 2.5 million
What is Category of Fort Apache ?
Category of Fort Apache is Western
What is the Production company of Fort Apache ?
Production companies of Fort Apache is RKO Radio Pictures (US)
What is the Box office collection of Fort Apache ?
Box office Collection of Fort Apache is 3 million
What is the Original language of Fort Apache ?
Original_language of Fort Apache is en
What is the Run time of Fort Apache ?
Run time of Fort Apache is 2.083 Hour
What is Release date of Fort Apache ?
Release date of Fort Apache is 1948-06-14
- John Wayne as Capt. Kirby York
- Henry Fonda as Lt. Col. Owen Thursday
- Shirley Temple as Philadelphia Thursday
- Pedro Armendáriz as Sgt. Beaufort
- Ward Bond as Sgt. Maj. Michael O'Rourke
- George O’Brien as Capt. Sam Collingwood
- Victor McLaglen as Sgt. Festus Mulcahy
- Anna Lee as Mrs. Emily Collingwood
- Irene Rich as Mrs. Mary O'Rourke
- Dick Foran as Sgt. Quincannon
- Guy Kibbee as Capt. Dr. Wilkens
- Grant Withers as Silas Meacham
- Jack Pennick as Sgt. Daniel Schattuck
- Ray Hyke as Lt. Gates
- Movita as Guadalupe
- Miguel Inclán as Cochise
- Mary Gordon as Ma (barmaid)
- Philip Kieffer as Cavalryman
- Mae Marsh as Mrs. Gates
- Hank Worden as Southern Recruit
- John Agar as 2nd Lt. Michael Shannon O'Rourke
- Abdullah Abbas as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Danny Borzage as Recruit With Mustache / Accordionist at Serenade (uncredited)
- Cliff Clark as Stage Driver (uncredited)
- Jane Crowley as Officer's Wife (uncredited)
- Frank Ferguson as Newspaperman (uncredited)
- Francis Ford as Fen - Stage Guard (uncredited)
- William Forrest as Reporter (uncredited)
- Fred Graham as Cavalryman (uncredited)
- Frank McGrath as Cpl. Derice (uncredited)
- Clyde McLeod as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Russell Meeker as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Al Murphy as Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
- John Rice as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Phil Schumacher as Soldier (uncredited)
- Allen D. Sewall as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Mickey Simpson as NCO at Dance (uncredited)
- Leslie Sketchley as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Brick Sullivan as Officer at Dance (uncredited)
- Harry Tenbrook as Tom O'Feeney (uncredited)
- Archie Twitchell as Reporter (uncredited)
- Eleanore Vogel as Officer's Wife (uncredited)
- Bobby Hale as Officer at Dance