Mary Poppins Returns
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The other half of a Edward L. Cahn double feature I saw at the Cleveland Cinematheque. This low budget Universal western of 1932 was remade with Ronald Reagan in the 50s. This is actually one of many adaptations of the tale of Wyatt Earp with Doc Holliday and their showdown in Tombstone. The Wyatt character becomes Frame Johnson played by Walter Huston. The Doc character becomes Ed Brandt played by Harry Carey. Frame has one brother with him and they fight the Northrup gang. It will all be quite familiar if you know the legend of Tombstone. I enjoyed seeing performances from Walter Huston and Harry Carey in their prime. With Law and Order being brought to the wild west the morality is in simple terms of black and white, good vs. evil. Again it falls right in the mediocre middle with earlier silent westerns establishing genre clichés and later westerns taking more risk with style and therefore becoming more memorable.
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