Conquest of Cochise (1953)
1850s southwest, Apache Chief Cochise
Broken Arrow (1950)
1870s Apache Chief Cochise (Jeff Chandler) and ex-Army man and peace negotiator (played by James Stewart)
Fort Apache (1948)
Loosely based on the fight against Cochise and Custer's Last Stand; part of John Ford's cavalry trilogy
Fort Bowie (1958)
Not really worth watching from an historical perspective; deals with Apache leader Victorio (1825-1880) and Fort Bowie (s.e. AZ near Wilcox), but historically the two are not directly connected
The Battle at Apache Pass (1952)
Deals with "The Bascom Affair", 1861, and the battle at Apache Pass, 1862, involving Cochise
Taza, Son of Cochise (1954)
Taza succeeded his father Cochise as chief of the Chiricahuas when the latter died in 1874, two years after the Chiricahua Reservation was established by General Howard
Geronimo (1939)
1886 leader of Apache revolt in the southwest
Valley of the Sun (1942)
Geronimo; 1868, Army scout Johnny Ware is court-martialed for helping Indians and trying t prevent another Indian war
I Killed Geronimo (1950)
Very fictionalized story that is already a great story in and of itself
The Last Outpost (1951)
Not much history here: two cavalry brothers who fought on different sides in the Civil War have to cooperate in order to defend themselves against an attack of Indians
Walk the Proud Land (1956)
Indian Agent John P. Culm at Arizona's San Carlos Reservation and Geronimo
Geronimo (1962)
With Chuck Connors
Tom Horn (1980)
Legendary western figure Tom Horn, Apache fighter, runs into trouble with the law in Wyoming Territory
Arrowhead (1953)
Partly based on Army Scout Al Sieber
Apache (1954)
The last Apache warrior, Massai (played by Burt Lancaster)
Major Dundee (1965)
Dundee on an expedition to hunt down and kill an Apache warrior group raiding in Texas during the Civil War