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El Dorado

El Dorado(1967)

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  • Purely Excellent. the perfect western

    • Keaton White
    • 3/22/13

    full of thoughtful themes and powerful quotes, the film transcends other cliche filled of it's time with beautiful scenery that fits it's Texas location, great storyline, and JOHN WAYNE

  • John Wayne

    • Adventure
    • 11/16/12

    John Wayne excels in this great Western supported by a strellar cast such as Robert Mitchum, James Caan and sexy Charlene Holt whom Director Howard Hawks cast in his films such as Man's Favorite Sport, Red Line 7000 and this Paramount film.

  • Unexpectedly witty Western

    • Hoover
    • 9/28/10

    The great joy of this movie is the very witty script and direction. The actors were obviously having fun playing off each other with the many wisecracks and back-and-forth banter. There is a whole series of lines about bars of soap that is as funny and well-played as the best of Noel Coward or the Thin Man comedies, yet it is character-driven and not so overdone as to be out of place in a Western. Surprisingly good!

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    • bill
    • 12/2/07

    one of the best john wayne movies iv ever seen

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