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A must see . A great western .
Great action and a little comedy even from Robert Mitchum and John Wayne and is at the top of my favorite movies.
Great movie one of my favourites.
Anytime El Dorado is on a screen I'm watching it.
Beautiful and gorgeous. "El Dorado" will live forever.
Great movie. Yes, this theme is not new but it is still very entertaining and the actors are outstanding. If you like Westerns, you'll watch this movie more than once over time.
A Classic...nothing more to say
John Wayne was always at his best in westerns. "El Dorado" breaks few familiar tropes, but it's essential viewing for fans of the legendary actor and his signature genre.
randolph scott was a better western protagist actor but didn't get the best scripts, co-stars, big budgets, and top directors.
john wayne's bellowing gets old eventually.
John Wayne is a gunfighter that comes back to help a drunken sherrif in a range war. Not quite a remake of Rio Brave but there are plenty of similarities. El Dorado isn't as polished and the cast isn't quite as strong overall, but with the Duke, Robert Mitchum and James Caan in key roles there is no shortage of star power. El Dorado also manages to build the same warm and friendly atmosphere as the earlier film.