The spoilt young son of a wealthy railroad owner manages to get himself lost in the middle of nowhere. He is found by a cowboy on a cattle drive and the lad must start learning the hard lessons of working in a team if he wants to make it to San Diego.
- Stars:Joel McCrea, Dean Stockwell, Chill Wills, Leon Ames, Henry Brandon, Howard Petrie, Bob Steele, Griff Barnett,
- Director:Kurt Neumann,
- Writer:Jack Natteford (screenplay), Lillie Hayward (screenplay)
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(ru) wrote: Artful photography, g
(de) wrote: Max Martini pretty much just plays the same character that he is in the television show "The Unit". I advice everybody to watch that show instead of watching this movie.
(gb) wrote: Nia is great I'll watch anything she does.
(au) wrote: Nice !! Makes u wonder about DJ'S and how they create
(jp) wrote: Tre ganska bra spkhistorier.
(ca) wrote: Wes Anderson is hands down one of the most talented and underrated directors in Hollywood today!
(us) wrote: I hate Ben Affleck's past, for the most part.
(ru) wrote: What an amazing documentary. Such an unusual cultural combination. Touching, intimate, poetic.
(br) wrote: I liked this film that has a couple analyzing their middle class existence compared to the freedom of youth and coming up with the rather uncinematic view that "I am content." In other words, the ordinary life has a lot to be said for it.This view is a message not always looked upon with sympathy in Hollywood, not since the seventies anyway. Rather refreshing to see it again.
(ag) wrote: "They thawed me, they cured me"... but sadly they couldn't stop you sounding like a brain-dead hick. Hopper, Dude, I hope you made a lot of money
(it) wrote: Vaguely based off of Edgar Allen Poe. Liked the Dario Argento feature more. Does Harvey Keitel ever play a non-despicable human? Semi spoiler: I like how he publishes an art book of photos of him strangling a cat and it's a hit in all the bookstores... and we are supposed to accept this as totally normal. Dario you have weird thoughts....
(ag) wrote: A Sylvester Stallone film crossed my path the other day, that I had never heard of. After watching it with no expectations, it was not that bad.
(us) wrote: Brutal for it's time and still is today. This movie holds up VERY well so don't worry about it being "old". A must see for horror fans. One star off because there is real live animal torture and killing. Not for the faint of heart.
(ca) wrote: milken' it for all its worth
(es) wrote: Ripping Fun, Clever, Culty movie--Sharp script and honest satire!!
(gb) wrote: I saw this many years ago...need to see it again...