Texas (1941)






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Texas was Columbia Pictures' lighthearted (and frankly more enjoyable) follow-up to its 1940 big-budget western Arizona. William Holden and Glenn Ford, looking collectively 28 years old, play a couple of ex-Confederate soldiers who get into all sorts of trouble in a wide-open Texas town. The two split up, whereupon Ford takes a job on Joseph Crehan's ranch; by and by, he falls in love with Crehan's daughter Clare Trevor. Meanwhile, Holden has joined a gang of rustlers headed by town dentist … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Horace McCoy, Lewis Meltzer, Michael Blankfort
On DVD: Apr 5, 2005
Columbia Pictures



as Dan Thomas

as Tod Ramsey

as "Mike" King

as Windy Miller

as Doc Thorpe

as Sheriff

as Tennessee

as Matt Laskan

as Comstock

as Dusty King

as Matthews

as Dutch Henry

as Wise Guy

as Announcer

as Henchman

as Henchman

as Henry's Handler

as Cattle Buyer
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A charming buddy action-packed film.

Full Review… | December 20, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Texas


The basic story is not new but what makes this stand out from the western pack is the cast. Holden and Ford have such an easygoing banter and chemistry it's a pity they didn't work together more. Their interactions especially at the begiinning of the picture are nice and breezy. Plus there's the great Claire Trevor with her saucy insouciance and pluck that brightened any film that was lucky enough to have her in it. Edgar Buchanan stands out in the supporting cast supplying his particular brand of folksy charm. Worth seeking out.

jay nixon

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