Canyon Passage

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This galloping western centers on an ex-scout who runs a general mercantile in the Oregon Territory during the mid-19th century. The trouble begins when the fiancee of the town banker, a compulsive gambler who covers his debts with customers' money, falls in love with the store owner.

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Critic Reviews for Canyon Passage

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Audience Reviews for Canyon Passage

  • Jan 11, 2013
    one of those terrific westerns where nothing is black and white. dana andrews stands by his friend brian donlevy, who may be a thief and maybe a murderer, and is engaged to the woman they both love. a fight with a local outlaw and an indian attack later, and everything shakes out differently. hoagy carmichael sings and all's right with the world. well worth it for western fans
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