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While the action is decent, the plot is just a little too strained, the dialogue too wooden, and Hudson overmatched in this John Wayne vehicle.
John Wayne/Rock Hudson Civil War western has some good moments.
Full of cliches, this tired Western is one of Wayne's weakest films, made in the same year he appeared in the Oscar-winning True Grit.
Theme of reconciliation between North and South is well-realized.
A bit of benign escapism released in the United States at a time when the country was embroiled in divisive anti-war demonstrations and a tumultuous civil rights movement. McLaglen's epic western is entertaining but noticeably conciliatory and rather unimaginative.
An enjoyable Western with a unique premise. If you're seeing it for The Duke, you won't be disappointed, and prepare to be surprised by Rock Hudson.
Not perfect, but it's a really decent and enjoyable movie. You're seeing it for The Duke most likely, therefore you should know exactly what you're getting into. It's a very interesting story about the reconstruction and the spoils of war. There's some nice sequences and it's a very original type of western/war movie that I don't think comes along very often.
Well performed by John Wayne and Rock Hudson in this western aftermath of the Civil War. Featuring an excellent supporting cast and tremendous scenes of sprawling action.
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