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Trooper Hook(1957)

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  • Trooper Hook

    • Steve
    • 11/23/13

    Fun to watch old western. Stanwyck and McCrea give their usual excellent performances. Stanwyck's role should have been fleshed out more, given her record of turning in class performances. Dano did a great job in his character role as the stage driver.

  • Great old western!

    • John Motsinger
    • 9/27/13

    Excellent old Joel McCrea western. Harks back to the time when acting told the story rather than computer animation.

  • Trooper Hook

    • Rogelio
    • 9/27/13

    Trooper Hook (1957) follows by a year John Ford's The Searchers.It looks like a re-working or later expolitation of the Cynthia Anne Parker story,i.e., captivity of a white woman by natives and later her very uncomfortable return towhite people's company. The historical Cynthia Anne Parker was taken captive by Comanchesand returned after half a lifetime barely able to understand English,while Trooper Hook's Barbara Stanwyck speaks in her unmistakably familiar film drawlas if she had never been away.

  • Trooper Hook (1957)

    • Celia Trimboli
    • 5/17/10

    Excellent western. Great performances by all. Royal Dano as the stagecoach driver is particularly good.

  • An unknown western gem

    • Mayson Buffington
    • 6/7/08

    Thanks TCM for airing Major Hook...a very underated Western..with 2 wonderful stars and a great supporting cast...well writtn and photographed.

  • TROOP HOOK

    • sally mckee
    • 9/3/07

    THIS IS A VERY GOOD MOVIE WITH TWO GREAT STARS AND IT SHOULD BE PUT ON DVD.

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