Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Samuel Bronston Productions was pretty much obliterated in 1964 by the failure of The Fall of the Roman Empire. Three years later, Bronston tried to rebuild his old empire by teaming up with a pair of South American entrepreneurs; the result was Savage Pampas. Set in the Argentina of the 1890s, the film tells the story of a clever bandit leader (Ron Randell) who buys off the soldiers sent to capture him--then enlists the deserters in his own gang. But Army fort commander Robert Taylor can't be bribed, and takes it upon himself to defeat the bandit. Savage Pampas was a remake of a popular Argentinian historical epic of 1946, Pampa Barbara.
Argentina, army, attack, bad-guy, battle [war], captain [military], capture, cavalry, desertion, enemy, fear, gangster, good-guy, invasion, Native-American, officer, outlaw [Western], outpost, plans, prison, prostitute/prostitution, renegade, rugged, scheme, soldier, struggle, tactics, troops, village, woman