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- John kradoska
The film unrolls like watching water . Smooth yet hard . Good characters story line I don't even know I am watching a movie oh and about time to see a film location other than calif
- J Struck
William Holden's smile was always infectious in his movies.As a 10 year old kid or a 55 year old adult you get swallowed up in this movie from beginning to end.For a few short hours you have no worries from the everyday stress and daily drudgery of life. At the end of the movie you catch yourself with a smile as big as Holden's.Isn't that a way a movie should be.
great location filming
I was about 11 years old with my family when this film was shot in Lousiania, the location shooting makes the story more interesting, at that time in the 1960's alot of the land was still not changed from the Civil War.
Widmark rustles cattle for the Rebs
- Jack Jacoby
Exciting, interesting Civil War action drama of a bold cattlerustling scheme by the Confederate South. The pairing ofWilliam Holden as the cattle baron and Richard Widmark as theConfederate Colonel is very entertaining. Widmark and Holden became good friends during the shooting of this action film,which was directed by Edward Dmytryck. It was the third filmpairing of actor Widmark and director Dmytryck, and it's a good one...except for the ridiculous theme song which will stay in your head for five years..."the eye, eye, eye, eye...rish Senor",referring to Holden's title character. Aye carumba!