James Warner Bellah (1899-1976) was a journalist, WW1 fighter pilot, author and screenwriter. He wrote 19 novels, but is perhaps best known for his screenplays, which include Ten Tall Men, Rio Grande, The Sea Chase, Sergeant Rutledge & The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
In the horrific quiet before the battle, Captain MacLaw handed his pistol to the woman he loved and said: "There are six cartridges. Save one for yourself." If it came to that, she would... and take six savages with her.
A New York reporter is targeted for death after he unexpectedly inherits a Maryland estate...which some believe is the final resting place of Napoleon Bonaparte, who may have secretly escaped from exile on St. Helena island in 1815.
The epic, brutally and vividly authentic story of three Southern young men fighting in six historical battles General Stonewall Jackson in the early years of the Civil War.