Louis L'Amour Double Feature: Hondo and the Apaches / The Man Called Noon Trailer

Louis L'Amour Double Feature: Hondo and the Apaches / The Man Called Noon Trailer (1993)

01 January 1993

Featuring two big-screen adaptations of classic novels by Louis L'Amour, this double feature is a treat for fans of great Westerns. The Man Called Noon stars Richard Crenna as an amnesiac wanderer in search of his past. Hondo and the Apaches stars Ralph Taeger as a frontier scout charged with the impossible task of negotiating peace between the volatile soldiers at Fort Lowell and a headstrong Apache chief.

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