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Surprising talent, great movie
Alexis Smith really surprised in her excellent performance. Great story, settings, acting by stellar cast, singing. A classy western that I didn't want to end. It's one to enjoy over and over, especially the song One Sunday Morning. The gal can sing. I give it 5 stars.
Saw It When I was A Child----
- Jack The Hat
I saw this film when I was a child and now as an adult and thought it the best western ever. I love this picture and most of my friends that are my age agree---it is the best western made. When Warner's made a great film it was better then any other studio, bar none.
A great western with a serious story but lots of humor interjected Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith are great and providing wonderful entertainment.
Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, in fact the whole cast make this more than just another western. The story is so well written, it comes off like a classic murder mystery with plots and sub plots and the action (pace) never lets up. Being an ALAMO history bug, books ,films in fact anything to do with the ALAMO and TEXAS, Ive seen historical photos and the Alamo in this film 1860s, 70s is the most dead on, accurate, Alamo film prop. Ive ever seen. From the arch over the chapel to the rebuilt two story barracks and the town of San Antonio and the opera house across from the Alamo chapel, are all historically correct. When Errol Flynn enters the inside of the chapel he finds exactly what was there , sadly, forgotten ruins. The world had moved on. restoration came later on in the twentieth century. Whoever at Warner Bros that was resposable for this movie set should have been awarded an Oscar.
alexis smith stately class
fabulous actress with class not usually found amognst the flash trash in the movies of today (that's if you call the meager dialogues with a preponderance of action movies). In conflict for example, she was superb. And a stately hunk of a sexy woman--and in total dress unlike most of the bimbos of today who can't act or sing without undressing on stage or screen.