- Acting of Lead Performers
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Went crying all the way home.
- Fernando Leite
I saw this movie when it was first released in 1960 when I was just 21 in a cinema called the Elite in Wimbledon England. I loved it so much. It was like an epic and well acted by Glenn Ford who has always been one of my favourite actors. When the movie was over I walked back home crying all the way as I was so touched by the story. At one time I even wanted to call my children Sabra and Yancy when they were born but my wife would not let me. I would love to buy the movie from TCM if it is available and look forward to watching it when it is screened by TCM in July this year
Both Versions Good,But Prefer Original
Good in color,Glenn Ford better at times than Richard Dix,but preferred 1931 better.The lynching scene made my blood boil,loved McGraw's character getting his,too bad it wasn't before Ben senselessly murdered by bigots.Did like Arthur O'Connell,too.
I saw this movie this ear on my 14th birthday, it didn't end until 1 am I believe it was and I just couldn't stop watching.
Favorite Glenn Ford movie.
Love this movie. Love Glenn Ford & Maria Schell in this movie. Great love story about the early frontier families & the struggles that they went through. I never grow tired of seeing this movie.
This movie is amazing!! Love it!
- James Higgins
Lavish remake of the Oscar winning classic, but it just can't recapture what made the original work so well. Glenn Ford is fine, but Maria Schell just is too bland for such an important role. Decent supporting cast, the art direction is quite good.