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Goofy fun from the 1960s as a wagon train full of whiskey draws attention from several different if thirsty quarters. The gist of the comedy of this piece is essentially that all of the actors overplay whatever distinction their character embodies. Warning: there are inappropriate Native stereotypes aplenty and w/o shame. For that matter all of the stereotypes in this, and all the characters are stereotypes, and are probably offensive across the board. But the aim is lighthearted comedy, perhaps forgiving the portrayals. Its cute.
Hallelujah Trail is a great movie from start to finish. A great way to spend 2 hours getting a good laugh 😂
Ugh. I have no idea what this movie was trying to be. A completely unfunny comedy? It's not like jokes fell flat - there weren't any. And yes, the Indians were appalling. But damn good on horseback at the end of the movie, pitching bottles of champagne to each other.
More a polite titter than big laugh, Sturges' western epic farce is as lavish as any actual drama, and has the cast to back it up, but is content not really making the most of its satirical potential.
Just about one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. Just laugh yourself silly, down right good comedy.
Just watched it again on TCM! Chuckles for a Comedy/Western with a great cast?
A must to see again for cowboy fans?
It has some charm and humor but it's length is entirely excessive for such thing material.
1 of my favorite of all time
Just watch it, its worth it
A bit too long but the cast is great as well as Sturges direction.