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Movie #1266 (#84 this year): Devil's Doorway(1950, Anthony Mann)
This must have been where Anthony Mann made his switch from crime dramas to westerns. It also must be one of the earliest examples of a pro-Indian Hollywood movie. Of course, to make it palatable to a white audience they had to make the main Indian character a hero of the civil war. And the white folks were mostly a bunch of real nice folk (just a few bad apples).
However, Robert Taylor as an Indian is a little hard to swallow. After this, Anthony Mann recruited James Stewart to be his lead in westerns and they churned out a whole slew of epics during the 50s. This one ain't half bad either.