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Name of 1960s Western (probably 1964 - 1968), in opening scene man driving horse-drawn buggy meets train to collect passenger.

All info I have is in the question, sorry it's so scant.
asked Jun 18, 2017 in Name That Movie by Red (1 point)
"C'era una volta il West", a.k.a "Once Upon a Time in the West"?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064116/

It is not the opening scene, but there is a similar scene later in the movie. Claudia Cardinale arrives by train at the train station and a horse-drawn buggy takes her from the station to the ranch of her man.
Thanks for your answer, but it's not the movie.
The years 1964 - 1968 are a guess; circa. The movie may well have been in Black & White. From memory, opening scene, handsome young man (prominent actor) arrives on train & is picked up by someone (family member?) driving horse-drawn buggy. At some stage in the movie he is captured by Indians & pegged out, maybe over an ant hill. He escapes using skills he has learnt from earlier time he spent with another Indian tribe. It's almost 50 years since I saw this movie, so pardon if the old memory isn't completely accurate.
Does anyone have anything further on this?
I haven't seen this, but there is an anthill torture scene in this movie:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049216/
Thanks casspir, but it's not the one.
I'm still looking.
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