Winnetou Le Mescalero, Part 6 (1980)
Le Temps Du Remords (Time For Remorse)
Intertel - Antenne 2 (France)
Director Marcel Camus
Original Story Karl May
Screenwriters Jean-Claude Deret, Jean Gérard
Producer Otto Fisher
Music Peter Thomas
Cinematography Pierre Petit, León Sánchez
Winnetou Pierre Brice
Old Shatterhand Siegfried Rauch
Tashunko Eric Do (Eric Do Hieu)
Sam Hawkens Ralf Wolter
Lieutenant Robert Merril Arthur Brauss
Napoleon Charbonneau Jean-Claude Deret
Ambrose Leopoldo Francés
Sammy Cook José Antonio Marros
Chief Paiute Noé Murayama
Winona Ana Laura Maldonado (Ana Laura)
Skerbeck Carlos East
Vincent Roger Cudney
Nalin Vincent Monica Miguel
Peter Vincent Jesús Álvaro
Yaqui Miguel Ángel Fuentes
Chihuahua Ignacio Martinez
Captain Stone Ramón Menéndez
Major Turner Gérard Buhr
Lobo Dent René Barrera
Little Lobo Armando Soya
Stevens Jacques François
Fowler Chad Hastings
Wetatoni Elpidia Carrillo
Hehaka Pa Jorge Reynoso
Hehaka Win Rosenda Monteros
Mother Aurora Clavel
Old Cheyenne Salvador Godínez
Sergeant Hount Rodrigo Puebla
Robinson Reto Babst
Bessette Antonio Zubiaga
Mortimer Carlos Cámara
Fatty Morrison Luis Guevara
Sergeant Miller Gerardo Moscoso
McKenna Jesús Gómez
Gottlieb George Segal
Barbier Richard Duffour
Magic Man Mario Luraschi
Vittorio Jose Vicente Huerta
Old Bear Vicente Lara (as Vincente Lara)
Winnetou and Tashunko have set up camp outside of town. Lieutenant Merrill, counsel for the defence in the court-martial, ask Winnetou to stand witness. Old Bear waves his right to a counsel, especially because the lawyer in person is white. He prefers to die in dignity. The mob outside the courthouse is screaming for the death penalty.

Sam Cook's friends are reporting the events on the witness stand, but their statements contradict. Chairman Turner is shocked by the events, but he tries to stay neutral as much as possible. Winnetou's hearing unmasks the false witnesses.

The kidnapped child, who's father is most likely Sam Cook, turns out to be more indian than white and Cook was the the one behind the kidnapping. If Winnetou should admit that he witnessed this, he could be seen as an ally to the Arapahos. Charbonneau's photograph proves that Winnetou has spoken the truth.

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