Stronghold is a 1951 American-Mexican Western historical film directed by Steve Sekely and starring Veronica Lake, Zachary Scott and Arturo de Córdova. A separate Spanish version Red Fury was also made. The cost of both films was $519,000.


In 1865, Señora Stevens and her American daughter Maria leave the US to return to Stevens' homeland of Mexico along with their servant Caesar. Both Maria's father and brother were killed in the US Civil War (the father fighting for the South, the brother for the North), and they hope to live peacefully under Emperor Maximilian.