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Charlton Heston/Jim Hutton/Sam Peckinpah
One would not think Charlton Heston would be a big fan of Sam Peckinpah but truth be told, Heston was as big a supporter of Peckinpah as existed in Hollywood. Peckinpah and Columbia had a bitter falling out and Columbia took away the creative control of this film, Charlton Heston to the rescue put his considerable salary in escrow so Peckinpah could get the shots he wanted for the film. This is a fine movie, could have been a classic movie.Of note: This was I belive Jim Hutton's first movie away from MGM where he rose to stardom co starring with gorgeous funny gal Paula Prentiss. I was a big fan of Hutton and he sadly died too young at age 44.
Not a great one
Not a great one by any stretch. Heston is his usual wooden self, don't know how he got so many roles with so little talent.
good movie but not his best
i enjoy Heston in most any role, but this not one of his best. weather its the script or just a role that he wasn't into, i could see more comming from him which he did't give. but the emotions he uses during the movie made it good.
Major Dundee (1965)
- James Higgins
Since I am not at all a huge fan of westerns and certainly not a fan of Charlton Heston, my rating may appear a bit low. I found it hard to sit through. There were some major stretches where i was bored. I just found it uninvolving. The score is downright irritating.
I like this movie.
- John Smith
I think this is the best one ever.