Black Eagle of Santa Fe
|Die Schwarzen Adler von Santa Fe|
|Music by||Gert Wilden|
|Edited by||Herbert Taschner|
|Distributed by||Constantin Film|
Ranch workers disguised as soldiers murder Indians in order to stir up trouble with the whites so the rancher can claim their land.
Jack Lewis recalled that Ron Ormond asked him to write a draft of a script based on a magazine story called Fort Disaster adding Indians, cavalry and Frank and Jesse James. When Ormond passed on the screenplay, Lewis retitled his screenplay Massacre Mountain and gave it to his agent Ilse Lahn Waitzerkorn who several years later leased his script to Constantin Film. The Germans used the screenplay to bring back Tony Kendall as Black Eagle from The Pirates of the Mississippi with his frequent film partner Brad Harris. Joining Harris was his future wife Olga Schoberová who appeared with Harris in Massacre at Marble City.
- Brad Harris as Cliff/Clint McPhearson
- Horst Frank as Blade Carpenter
- Tony Kendall as Chief Black Eagle
- Pinkas Braun as Gentleman
- Joachim Hansen as Captain Jackson
- Werner Peters as Morton
- Ennio Girolami (as Thomas Moore) as Tom Howard/Slim James
- Edith Hancke as Cora Morton
- Joseph Egger as Buddy
- Serge Marquand as Brad Howard/Chet 'Blacky'James
- Olga Schoberová as Lana Miller
- Jacques Bézard (as Jackie Bezard) as Pasqual
- Ángel Ortiz as Sergeant
- Annie Giss as Madam
- Lorenzo Robledo as courier
- Lewis, C. Jack (2002). White Horse, Black Hat: A Quarter Century on Hollywood's Poverty Row. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. pp. 108–109. ISBN 978-1-4617-3108-5.
- "The Black Eagle of Santa Fe (Die Schwarzen Adler von Santa Fe)". spaghetti-western.net. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
the film clearly follows the model of the Winnetou series
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