Reviews

  • Aug 28, 2016

    Another average western featuring Tim Holt, who is much too fine of an actor to have spent most of his career as a matinee cowboy hero. I supposed he made better money doing this than appearing in highbrow box office failures like "The Magnificent Ambersons." In this film Holt plays Tom Weston who comes to town with his ethnic stereotype sidekick. His father has reportedly committed suicide, but Holt suspects there's more to the story and begins to investigate what really happened. Nothing special here except for the charismatic Holt, which is enough to carry this otherwise very average western.

    Another average western featuring Tim Holt, who is much too fine of an actor to have spent most of his career as a matinee cowboy hero. I supposed he made better money doing this than appearing in highbrow box office failures like "The Magnificent Ambersons." In this film Holt plays Tom Weston who comes to town with his ethnic stereotype sidekick. His father has reportedly committed suicide, but Holt suspects there's more to the story and begins to investigate what really happened. Nothing special here except for the charismatic Holt, which is enough to carry this otherwise very average western.