Captain North and his men are tasked with taking the Apaches to an Indian reservation in Florida. However, it's not going to be so easy thanks to Apache Toriano, played by Jack Palance. The Captain thinks he and his men can pull off this feat without much trouble, but can they, without help from Bannon? After all, he's lived with the Apache and knows how they think.
This film doesn't really have any good nor bad characters although at the time it came out the Apaches were the bad guys, why else would they cast Palance as Toriano? It's an interesting film from a historical perspective (film history, not actual history) but much finer "cowboy" vs. Indians have been created. In today's world the movie's very un-PC, but weren't most early films starring Native American bigoted in some way?