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The Squaw Man
- Jessie Blair
Did not appreciate the racism of the movie. He gave away his wife's child because she was a Native American. He considered her beneath him and un-civilized. Wow!!!It was not the the poor acting that make is horrible, but the unnecessary racism. I hope that it is NEVER aired again.
The Squaw Man
Although a bit slow to start, the film built graduallyly into a tale of one man's belief in doing the right thing. The finale is moving and sensitive. Loved it, try to show this film more often, exposure builds familiarity and a fanbase.
- Sharon & Bob
I and my husband found this movie to be a great one although we were 20 minutes late into the movie it was awsome!I would love to see it from the begining as soon as this movie comes on again we will make sure we catch it from the beginning.
- Laura J
I TIVO'd this movie not knowing what to expect, but because Warner Baxter & Lupe Velez were in it I knew it couldnt be too bad. Well, was I ever pleasantly suprised! Actually a really good movie and suprised it isnt played more often. So should you see it on the scheudle do your best to catch it, I think you will like it too.
This movie is really a good movie to see!
I love this movie if you like romance action and drama all rolled in one this is the movie to see... Ann