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The Hallelujah Trail(1965)

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  • Too Much

    • Roger Hirsch
    • 9/11/13

    I have watched this movie a few times, including in the theater when it first came out in 1965. It is inflicted with the "Too"s. It is too long (over 2.5 hours), too full of cliches, too stilted, too slow, too dusty and just plain too tedious to be a really memorable comedy/adventure. In a time when the Great Society, the civil rights movement and the buildup in Vietnam were getting going, Hallelujah Trail seemed to be a way to get some relief from all the seriousness of real life. It didn't seem to belong to the times in 1965; incongruous as it was, it was just, well, too dumb to work. There are spots of good acting and humor; Donald Pleasance, Brian Keith and Martin Landau did the best they could with the script, and almost stole the show from headliners Burt Lancaster, Lee Remick and Jim Hutton. But those spots are just too few to give this one long-lasting legs. From today's perspective, the Indian cliches that seem to dominate the film would have provoked outrage from many people once the film was released for the first time. If you are in the mood for a long adventure/comedy from 1965, try instead The Great Race.

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    • 9/7/12

    Burt Lancaster was one of my favorite actors. Splendid Actor with a brawny masculine persona. This is an enjoyable Western also starring Jim Hutton and Lee Remick. Lancaste was also one of the more prominent Independent Producers of his era thru his Hecht Hill Lancater Film Company. Burt Lancaster had an amazing body of work: Birdman of Alcatraz, Judgement At Nuremberg,and his Academy Award winning work in Elmer Gantry. I liked The Crimson Pirate very much as well.

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