One Little Indian
G | 90 min | Wednesday, June 20, 1973
Starring James Garner and Vera Miles, along with Pat Hingle, Jay Silverheels and an 11-year old Jodie Foster, Disney Studios' 1973 production, One Little Indian is a comedy/western that thoroughly entertains.
The U.S. Cavalry, Indian raids, a lost boy and a camel are all ingredients, with Garner at his slightly bemused best as an officer who somehow manages to come out right-side-up in situations where all seems lost. His misadventures involving the camel in the desert are priceless, and his quest to assist a youngster find his "lost tribe" display his gift for compassion and humanity.
Pursued by the cavalry (led by Hingle), the duo encounter one obstacle after another, but still, their humor and positive attitude see them through.
Veteran Hollywood western director (Rawhide, Gunsmoke, The Big Valley, How the West Was Won) Bernard McEveety called the shots for One Little Indian. Also notable is Jerry Goldsmith's musical score, which is always dead on and unobtrusive.
Disney Movie Rating:
68.02 out of 100. Total of 9 votes.
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