Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Broderick Crawford spent a lot of his time in the 1960s appearing in Spanish-filmed westerns, presumably to avoid the American taxes that had gutted his Highway Patrol residuals. Mutiny at Fort Sharp stars ol' Ten-Four Brod as a Confederate colonel, in charge of a remote frontier army outpost. The troops, most of them ex-union men, detest Crawford's insides. But upon the occasion of an Indian uprising, Crawford is the only one possessing the strategic knowhow to stave off a massacre. Elisa Montes supplies the wholly unneccesary feminine interest.
against-all-odds, anger, attack, cavalry, conflict, defense [military], fortress, man, mutiny, Native-American, officer, soldier, territory, troops