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man from colo
- kevin sellers
An army officer reluctantly serves as subordinate to a crazy, tyrannical superior to keep his worst impulses in check. No, it's not the Jim Mattis Story, but rather an undistinguished western with nothing to recommend it, neither the acting, writing, cinematography, music and especially not the direction. Doesn't matter what it is; battle scene, wedding scene, love scene, Henry Levin'll render it banal for ya. Give it a C minus.
topsy turvey turnabout twosome
this was wild west Watergate. glen ford was suppose to be the bad guy..but I kind of wish he was the good guy in this. as the old timers might have said..willam holden was kind of a douche..smarmy punk..jurgens extra blah..drippy gawd terrible.
I could hardly wait for this movie to end
As much as I love old movies and the 2 stars Holden and Ford, I could hardly wait for this movie to be over. Stiff, wooden acting, poor directing, slow, dark, dismal.
Ford - Holden Chemistry
- Jarrod McDonald
Glenn Ford and William Holden are at their sexiest in this picture. Jerome Courtland, in a supporting role, also looks great. I like the secret rituals of the men in this picture and could easily see it remade as a picture about the KKK. A dark and intriguing story, with more than a bit of reference to the post-war post-traumatic stress disorder of returning vets.
The Man From Colorado (1948)
Well produced with a great cast, but a rather ordinary western. The costumers are fair as is the period detail. Good story though.