From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Winterhawk (1975, USA) is a Western film directed by Charles B. Pierce about a Montana trapper (Leif Erickson) who leads the search for a boy and a girl kidnapped by a noble Indian chief (Michael Dante).
- Released in 1975 | Color
- Running Time: 98 Min.
- Production Co: Charles B. Pierce Film Productions
- Distribution Co: Howco International Pictures (1975) (USA) (theatrical) | Frontier Amusements (1975) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Directed by Charles B. Pierce
- Written by Charles B. Pierce, Earl E. Smith, Kalai Strode
- Starring Leif Erickson, Woody Strode, Denver Pyle, L.Q. Jones, Elisha Cook Jr., Arthur Hunnicutt, Dawn Wells, Chuck Pierce Jr., Jimmy Clem, Sacheen Littlefeather, Michael Dante
- Produced by Charles B. Pierce
- Music by Nicholas Flagello, William Goldstein, Kendall Schmidt
- Cinematography by James W. Roberson
- Film Editing by Tom Boutross
Also Known As
- Canada (French title) Le faucon blanc | Denmark - Winterhawk | Spain - El halcón de invierno | Spain (Catalan title) - Àguila roja | Finland - Winterhawk - kuolematon soturi | France - Le faucon blanc | Greece - To mavro geraki tou Vorra | Hungary - Prériölyv | Italy - Cheyenne | Sweden - Winterhawk | Sweden - Winterhawk - svartfotsindianernas sista strid
- Before the West ever saw the American Cowboy...Winterhawk had become a Blackfoot legend.
- He was the greatest legend the Blackfoot ever had... and the white man could never forget.