Synopsis by Hal Erickson
When the Redskins Rode is set during the French and Indian Wars of the mid-18th century. Jon Hall stars as Prince Lennoc, the son of Delaware-chief Shingiss (Pedro de Cordoba). The English are on the verge of signing an alliance with Shingiss, but their efforts are stymied by alluring French spy Elizabeth (Mary Castle). As part of her strategy, Elizabeth romances Lennoc, who almost falls for her seductive wiles. The film finally delivers the goods actionwise in an exciting climactic battle. Producer Sam Katzman, a man not known for lavish budgets, manages to make When the Redskins Rode seem far more expensive than it really was.
espionage, France, Native-American, war