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Taza, Son of Cochise
Cochise
is a 1954 American Technicolor
Technicolor
Western film directed by Douglas Sirk starring Rock Hudson
Rock Hudson
and Barbara Rush. The film was shot in 3D, released in the Polo-Lite 3D System using one projector.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Acknowledgment in end credits 5 References 6 External links

Plot[edit] Three years after the end of the Apache Wars, peacemaking chief Cochise
Cochise
dies. His elder son Taza (Rock Hudson) shares his ideas, but brother Naiche
Naiche
(Bart Roberts) yearns for war...and for Taza's betrothed, Oona (Barbara Rush). Naiche
Naiche
loses no time in starting trouble which, thanks to a bigoted cavalry officer, ends with the proud Chiricahua
Chiricahua
Apaches on a reservation, where they are soon joined by the captured renegade Geronimo, who is all it takes to start a war. Cast[edit]

Rock Hudson
Rock Hudson
as Taza Barbara Rush
Barbara Rush
as Oona Gregg Palmer
Gregg Palmer
as Capt. Burnett Bart Roberts
Bart Roberts
as Naiche Morris Ankrum
Morris Ankrum
as Grey Eagle Gene Iglesias as Chato Richard Cutting as Cy Hegan Ian MacDonald as Geronimo Robert Burton as General Crook Joe Sawyer as Sgt. Hamma Lance Fuller
Lance Fuller
as Lt. Willis Brad Jackson as Lt. Richards James Van Horn as Skinya Charles Horvath as Kocha Robert Hoy
Robert Hoy
as Lobo Barbara Burck as Mary Dan White as Tiswin Charlie

Production[edit] It was the third time Jeff Chandler played Cochise, following Broken Arrow and The Battle at Apache Pass.[1] Parts of the film were shot in Castle Valley, Professor Valley, Sand Flats, Devil's Garden, and Arches National Park
Arches National Park
in Utah.[2] Acknowledgment in end credits[edit] "We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the National Park Service of the United States Depart– ment of the Interior whose splendid cooperation made possible the photo– graphy of scenes at Arches National Monument Park." References[edit]

^ WORK AT WARNERS RESUMES TUESDAY: Rehearsals on New Pictures Will Get Under Way After Shutdown of 3 Months Special
Special
to THE NEW YORK TIMES.. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 10 July 1953: 10. ^ D'Arc, James V. (2010). When Hollywood came to town: a history of moviemaking in Utah (1st ed.). Layton, Utah: Gibbs Smith. ISBN 9781423605874. 

External links[edit]

Taza, Son of Cochise
Cochise
on IMDb Taza, Son of Cochise
Cochise
at the American Film Institute Catalog

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Films directed by Douglas Sirk

't Was één April (1936) The Court Concert
The Court Concert
(1936) To New Shores (1937) La Habanera (1937) Wilton's Zoo (1939) Hitler's Madman
Hitler's Madman
(1943) Summer Storm (1944) A Scandal in Paris
A Scandal in Paris
(1946) Lured
Lured
(1947) Sleep, My Love (1948) Shockproof
Shockproof
(1949) The First Legion
The First Legion
(1951) Thunder on the Hill
Thunder on the Hill
(1951) The Lady Pays Off (1951) Week-End with Father
Week-End with Father
(1951) No Room for the Groom
No Room for the Groom
(1952) Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952) Meet Me at the Fair (1953) Take Me to Town (1953) All I Desire
All I Desire
(1953) Taza, Son of Cochise
Cochise
(1954) Magnificent Obsession (1954) Sign of the Pagan
Sign of the Pagan
(1954) Captain Lightfoot
Captain Lightfoot
(1955) All That Heaven Allows
All That Heaven Allows
(1955) There's Always Tomorrow (1956) Never Say Goodbye (1956) Written on the Wind
Written on the Wind
(1956) Battle Hymn (1957) Interlude (1957) The Tarnished Angels
The Tarnished Angels
(1958) A Time to Love and a Time to Die
A Time to Love and a Time to Die
(1958) Imitation of Life (1959)

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Films produced by Ross Hunter

Take Me to Town (1953) All I Desire
All I Desire
(1953) Tumbleweed (1947) Taza, Son of Cochise
Cochise
(1954) Naked Alibi (1954) Magnificent Obsession (1954) The Yellow Mountain (1954) All That Heaven Allows
All That Heaven Allows
(1954) The Spoilers (1955) Captain Lightfoot
Captain Lightfoot
(1955) One Desire
One Desire
(1955) There's Always Tomorrow (1956) Battle Hymn (1957) My Man Godfrey (1957) Tammy and the Bachelor (1957) Interlude (1957) This Happy Feeling
This Happy Feeling
(1958) The Restless Years (1958) Imitation of Life (1959) A Stranger in My Arms
A Stranger in My Arms
(1959) Pillow Talk
Talk
(1959) Midnight Lace
Midnight Lace
(1960) Portrait in Black (1960) Back Street (1961) Tammy Tell Me True
Tammy Tell Me True
(1961) Flower Drum Song (1961) If a Man Answers
If a Man Answers
(1962) Tammy and the Doctor
Tammy and the Doctor
(1963) The Thrill of It All (1963) The Chalk Garden (1964) I'd Rather Be Rich
I'd Rather Be Rich
(1964) The Art of Love (1965) Madame X (1966) The Pad and How to Use It (1966) Thoroughly Modern Millie
Thoroughly Modern Millie
(1967) Rosie! (1967) Airport (1970) Lost Horizon (1973) The Lives of Jenny Dolan
The Lives of Jenny Dolan
(1975) A Family Upside Down (1978) Suddenly, Love (1978) The Best Place to Be (1979)

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