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A decent little 'lost in the woods' flick.
An oddball survival movie with lots of strange moments. John Wayne is fantastic though and the aerial shots of Corsairs flying are superb.
I've been flying for over 20 years. The first few minutes of this film are some of the most accurate aviation imagery I have ever seen. They really capture the intensity of an in-air emergency.
One of the best films any of these talents was ever involved with (John Wayne, director William Wellman, screenwriter and advisor Ernest K. Gann , and everyone else connected with the production). After decades of legal conflicts, it's delightful to see the restored film made available again.
A good search drama with an excellent performance by John Wayne... Dooley's Down--Expands on a true story of a downed plane in Labrador winter... Wayne and Wellman give it their all in a high flying thriller!!
Excellently made, but a bit dragged out.
I certainly wouldn't use this movie as a reference if I were lost in the wilderness and wanted to find my way back to civilization...
Good and different John Wayne film.
It's melodramatic and clunky at times, but when it works (which it mostly does) it is well directed by the great William Wellman. The one death sequence in the film is in fact brilliant.