GenreWestern CinematographyHenry Freulich CountryUnited States
Release dateDecember 2, 1953 (1953-12-02) WriterDavid Lang (story), David Lang, Martin Berkeley CastPhilip Carey (Wade Harper (as Phil Carey)), Roberta Haynes (Mrs. Paris Elliott), Wallace Ford ('Mac' McBride), Richard Webb (Ace Elliott), Lee Van Cleef (Pvt. Reno Benton), Maurice Jara (Wingfoot) Similar moviesNebraska, Boys Don't Cry
TaglineIf the Indians didn't get them... they'd get each other!
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The Nebraskan is a 1953 3-D Technicolor Western film directed by Fred F. Sears starring Phil Carey and Roberta Haynes. The Nebraskan was one of seven feature films from prolific director Fred Sears that were released that year.
Set in 1867 in the newly formed state of Nebraska, cavalry scout Wade Harper (Phil Carey) attempts to make peace with the Sioux Indians, who demand the handover of Wingfoot (Maurice Jara), an Indian scout who is believed to be responsible for the murder of their chief Thundercloud. While being held in the guardhouse at Fort Kearny, Wingfoot escapes with Reno (Lee Van Cleef), an army private awaiting trial for murder.