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    Jul 24, 2008, 01:31 PM
    Looking for title of Western movie circa "80's
    I am trying to find the name of a movie in which indians kill all the people in a wagon train except two women which they take to their village. One of the women is a redhead and she conforms to the ways of the indians and wants to stay with them. The other does not want to stay and escapes. I may be confusing this with another movie but I think the reason they are not killed with the rest is because the redhead is holding a Bible and the indian had a vision about her. I saw this movie sometime in the 80's. Thanks to anyone that can help!
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    Apr 19, 2009, 01:11 AM

    Stolen Women, Captured Hearts

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