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a great western.....like Mitchum very underrated......captures the soul of a long ago time....
Excellent Period Piece Western !~This film was made during start of the end of the western genre and yet it still managed to get it's point across about racism,power and sterotype's~In real life Mitchem had a understanding for the mexican culture and his character is placed in a unique "limbo" stituation in the begining of the film where for awhile everybody is 'friendly' toward's him for there own reason's. Martin Brady is comfortable as he heal's himself in this "Wonderful Country" until a sharp attack on a friend has him react violently. I feel the film make's it's point that no place is 'Wonderful nor horrible' and that in the end he crosses the river to a place the is merely comfortable and less corrupt. Robert Parrish made some cool film's including paul newman's 'the hustler'.Alex's north's score has a nice theme. ~I never understood why this film has not been released on video.
- Gene B
A classic for Robert Mitchum and Julie London.
Odd movie. Music score rarely matched well with the scenes. Characters were strange. Not a very good western.