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Hearts of the West(1975)

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  • Zane Grey fans will love it!

    • Jim
    • 7/11/10

    Our love of this film has alot to do with being ardent Zane Grey fans ourselves. Anyone who appreciates his novels will appreciate this film. We thought it was hilarious and yet lovingly dealt with the subject of westerns in general. PLEASE show this film again - the first 15 minutes or so were funked in TCM transmission. And we'd love to see it again anyway. And would love to buy it if available. We would highly recommend this film.

  • So many memorable lines

    • Walker Percy
    • 6/6/10

    Although I haven't seen it since it was released in theaters (thank you TCM for resurrecting this wonderful gem), I can remember some of the great lines: "I have always wondered where you dwelled," "I just love all your fish." Nothing much now but trust me, you'll howl when you hear them in context. I only hope Jeff Bridges and Blythe Danner look back on this movie with the fondness I do.

  • Funny AND it's got Jeff Bridges!

    • Mimi Stratton
    • 1/27/10

    This is a falling-off-your-chair funny movie. It's also a bit heartwarming in parts, and boasts a youthful Blythe Danner and the always scrumptious Jeff Bridges. Jeff plays a charming rube who comes to early-days Hollywood and falls into the job of stuntman. However, he wants to be a writer, and is always testing out dialogue and his own feelings. There's a running gag where he stands at the edge of the ocean, which he's viewing for the first time, and intones, "The vast Pacific!"

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