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Northwest Passage (Book I--Rogers' Rangers)(1940)

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  • Northwest Passage (Book 1--Rogers Rangers)

    • Charlie
    • 2/5/11

    This is a great movie based on an historical novel of an exciting true life event of the French and Indian War. The cast- Spencer Tracy, Robert Young, Walter Brennan, etc. is first rate and the color is first rate. This is a classic Tracy film that WAS released on VHS and I think it,s a shame that it's not available on DVD. I hope you can see your way clear to release it on DVD soon.

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    • coach
    • 12/2/09

    Grand adventure on a grand scale. First class direction and world class art direction. Excellent music and cinematography. Violent and humorous, based on historical fact. Best movie ever made with men in ponytails.

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    • Norm Woodward
    • 9/1/07

    Outstanding cast in this one. Tracy,Robert Young, Walter Brennan. Backupcast not shabby either. I can't get enough of the book one movie. I read book two and now I know why it wasn't made into a movie. Totally 180 degrees from what the movie led you to believe was a"lived happily ever after" ending.

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