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½ May 24, 2013
This is one of John Wayne's many low budget B-movie westerns. It's a very quiet movie. Almost a silent film with only a little background noise and very few lines of dialog. Just enough talking to move the story along. It's a proto-type of the Lone Ranger shows. The hero rides a white horse and has an Indian side-kick. He's on a secret mission to find the identity of the leader of an outlaw gang. Although it's set in the old west with horses, stagecoaches, wagons and a canoe the only female character wears 1920's era clothes and the bad guys have a World War I machine gun. Most of the movie is just people riding around on horses. When John Wayne goes into a secret tunnel at night he has a flashlight. I don't think they had flashlights in the old west. Then at the end of the movie after they catch the bad guy they jump 5 years into the future and John Wayne and the female lead are married with a little boy.
March 23, 2012
Quick John Wayne B-movie. No real plot, just Saturday morning fun.
July 3, 2011
Quick John Wayne B-movie. No real plot, just Saturday morning fun.
½ September 7, 2010
March 11, 2009
Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor
½ September 30, 2008
Pretty rote until the last twenty minute or so chase scene packs in more bone-jarring stunts than you'd get on this continent since.
½ October 20, 2006
Here's another film rating.
September 20, 2006
More of the same old western rubbish. Nearly at the end of it though!
April 16, 2005
You get exactly what you'd expect from a 1930's John Wayne B-western.
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