Taza, Son of Cochise Reviews

  • Jul 13, 2016

    If you can imagine All That Heaven Allows in John Ford direction with his constant cast and crew, you can imagine Taza.

    If you can imagine All That Heaven Allows in John Ford direction with his constant cast and crew, you can imagine Taza.

  • Jan 05, 2015

    a very good western movie and best of all many beautiful breeds of horses especially the indians.

    a very good western movie and best of all many beautiful breeds of horses especially the indians.

  • Sep 10, 2013

    Pretty much the only reason to watch this snoozefest (and believe me, I did plenty of snoozing) is to see Rock Hudson play an indian chief. Yes, AN INDIAN CHIEF. But this tale of crossings, double crossings and who did what now? gets monotonous in a hurry.

    Pretty much the only reason to watch this snoozefest (and believe me, I did plenty of snoozing) is to see Rock Hudson play an indian chief. Yes, AN INDIAN CHIEF. But this tale of crossings, double crossings and who did what now? gets monotonous in a hurry.

  • Mar 26, 2010

    Ce western n'est pas ce que Douglas Sirk a fait de meilleur... Mais ça se laisse regarder sans trop de difficulté quand même. On peut s'en dispenser. Bof

    Ce western n'est pas ce que Douglas Sirk a fait de meilleur... Mais ça se laisse regarder sans trop de difficulté quand même. On peut s'en dispenser. Bof

  • Sep 05, 2009

    A nice Western from the Master of Melodramatic Douglas Sirk in the View of the Indians with a great Ruck Hudson as Indian Chiefhood who fight for Peace between the Tribes and in U.S. Uniform

    A nice Western from the Master of Melodramatic Douglas Sirk in the View of the Indians with a great Ruck Hudson as Indian Chiefhood who fight for Peace between the Tribes and in U.S. Uniform