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Worthy western, but uses very familiar themes in a fairly standard way.
lies, lies, lies and more lies about Red Nations' peoples, but that's what's expected from cowboy movies of the 50s.
a good cavalry western filmed in New Mexico and Monoment Valley nice breeds of horses especialy the Indians.
dosent look like such a good movie
It has some fine moments, especially during the stand-off where arrows fly through the sky and all we hear is their noise. Alas, it's not particularly good or bad beyond those moments. It's merely conventional.
Ordinary western, slickly produced with an A-list cast far better than the script deserves. Beautiful color photography plus some nice location shooting although the actual locations make the occasional sets very obvious.
The camera work was really something and Holden is as great as always. A pretty good western in general.
Why oh why must natives always be portrayed so bad? Anyways, this is a classic example of how women are able to manipulate and trick men. Even men who are smart, powerful and alert. It dragged on a little bit but overall it was pretty good.
About as politically sensitive to Native Americans as a Looney Tunes cartoon, but Bill Holden is awesome and the final action set piece is great.
Pretty solid actioner. Holden is always great in the movies, and he's no exception in this one.