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Rose of Cimarron

Rose of Cimarron(1952)

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  • The Rose of Cimarron

    • solomon sudial
    • 10/18/15

    This movie was made in 1952, starring Mala Powers & Jack Beutel.I was trying to get this movie for very many years without success.A friend of mine in London England, told me that this movie was shown on TV in London about two months ago, and he called me to tell me about it, because we saw this movie together in a cinema in then," British Guiana" way back in 1952. This was my first western movie, in my memory, and I was trying to see it again for all these years, without successTo my mind this "The Rose of Cimarron" was a great movie, and deserve to be offered to the public, and especially to ME. PLEASE HELP. Thank you again, and looking forward.PS, someone told me that it is on video in German, but that's no good to me .I want it in English.Cheers! Solomon Sudial

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    • Jim Burdett
    • 11/15/13

    Great piece of nostalgia from the golden age of westerns (1948-1960)- interesting plot with great action scenes and fine characterizations (except Jim Davis as an Indian speaking "kemo sabe" type dialogue). However, the most alluring aspect of this film is it's mystique- it cannot be found in the USA- no TV, no VHS, no DVD, no internet, no nada. It can be found in Europe (Simply Media release 7/29/13) but carries a caveat that DVD may not play outside Europe. I'd sure love to see it on TCM (my only hope) with intro by Robert Osborne or Ben Mankiewicz. (I thoroughly enjoyed Ben's tongue-in cheek lead-ins to the Jungle Jim series a while back). TCM is my favorite channel since AMC sold out.

  • Where Is Rose?

    • Emononkik
    • 4/21/12

    One of the great missing movies of the early 50's (the heyday of Westerns). This Western is on my bucket list (for about 20 years now), along with about 15 others, including :"Three Young Texans", "Powder River", "Rogue River","From Hell To Texas", "Redwood Forest Trail", etc. Glad to see TCM listing this film. At least it confirms that it did exist.

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