Bianco Apache

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Bianco Apache (Italy, Spain 1986 / Directors: Claudio Fragasso, Bruno Mattei)

  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Release Date: 26.8.1987 (France)

Also known as

Apache Kid (Spain) | White Apache (U.S.A.) | Bianco Apache (France) | Der weiße Apache - Die Rache des Halbbluts (Germany) | O lefkos Apachi / Ο λευκός Απάτσι (Greece) | Valkoinen apassi (Finland) | White Apache (Norway) | Biały Apacz (Poland) | Fehér apacs (Hungary) | Apache Branco (Brazil) | ライジング・スターの伝説 (Japan)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Sebastian Harrison (Shining Sky), Lola Forner (Rising Sun), Alberto Farnese [as Albert Farley(Colonel / governor), Charly Bravo [as Charlie Bravo](Bart Ryder/Redeath), Cinzia de Ponti (Isabella), Beni Cardoso [as Benny Cardoso](Duena, Isabella's maid), Luciano Pigozzi [as Alan Collins](Cribbens), Charles Borromel (Crazy Bull), Emilio Linder (Sheriff Armstrong), José Canalejas (White Bear), Ignacio Carreño (Black Wolf)
  • Also with: Jose Moreno
  • Story: Roberto Di Girolamo
  • Screenplay: Jose Maria Cunilles, Franco Prosperi
  • Cinematography: Lugi Ciccarese, Julio Burgos [Telecolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
  • Music: Luigi Ceccarelli
  • Producers: Jose Maria Cunilles, Isabel Mula


This film is based on a true story of an Irish baby brought up by the Colorado Apaches. When a group of outlaws attack and destroy a wagon train, the only survivor gives birth to a baby, whom the Indian chief, White Bear brings up as his son and calls him Shining Sky. Shining Sky grows up with the chief's son Black Wolf and by a stroke of fate kills his best friend and brother. Overcome by grief he leaves and goes to live in the world of white men but decides to go back to the world of his youth, leaving an enemy, Redeath, behind him whom he is destined to meet again and again.


Sebastian Harrison is the son of actor and B-movie veteran Richard Harrison


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