Red River Range
The Cattlemen's Association has called in the Mesquiteers to find cattle rustlers. They get Tex Riley to pose as Stony so Stony can arrive posing as a wanted outlaw. This gets Stony into the gang of rustlers and he alerts Tucson and Lullaby as to the next raid. But Hartley is on hand and unknown to anyone is the rustler's boss and he joins the posse with a plan that will do away with the Mesquiteers.
- Stars:John Wayne, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Polly Moran, Lorna Gray, Kirby Grant, Sammy McKim, William Royle, Perry Ivins, Stanley Blystone, Lenore Bushman, Burr Caruth, Roger Williams, Earl Askam, Olin Francis,
- Director:George Sherman,
Very organized cattle rustlers are operating with portable slaughterhouses and refrigerator vans. The governor asks the Three Mesquiteers to go undercover to investigate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Red River Range torrent reviews
(de) wrote: This film is a hoot! Anyone who enjoys monty python will absolutely love this film.
(it) wrote: It was cool seeing Lisa Zane back in a movie ! But this movie is blah. There's no mystery about the killer .. You know who it is , right from the start. It's a good made for tv movie
(br) wrote: You have to watch this if your a fan of Alex O Loughlin (Mick St John from Moonlight)the dock scene is spine tingling and amazing
(de) wrote: classic hood film. "DUCE IS HERE"
(mx) wrote: Full of Truffaut's usual sprightly vigor, a film with a genuinely optimistic attitude and a beautifully vulnerable, unassuming performance by Charles Denner.
(ru) wrote: Even the first ever massive disaster movie is a disaster.
(ag) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:I came into this film thinking I would be swept off my feet just like Fosse's brilliant film, All That Jazz, but sadly elements of the film failed to keep my attention. I can certainly say that Cabaret looks spectacular, and by that I mean, the set designs are great, the costumes are in line with the director's exaggerated tone and style, and the photography captures the glamour and grittiness of cabaret show and the life in Germany before the rise of the Nazi party. My problems were mainly concerned with the film's execution of the ideas and themes that surrounds the simplistic and odd romance between certain characters. I feel like Fosse was trying to tell me something about the loss of beauty and loss of artistic freedom as life heads towards Nazi-led Germany, but I felt it wasn't delivered clearly as I hoped it would be, as I do find the topic interesting and eager to explore it. I also found the film's music to be a tad bit disappointing, although I found the last tune to be highly entertaining; maybe my expectation was high, hoping it would be as great as or more than the tracks in All That Jazz. The film's acting was actually one of the film's highlights with great performances from Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey, and Helmut Griem. It may seem that I am criticizing this through comparison to All That Jazz, but that's because I am, as that film is a prime example of a musical that gets a lot of things right and truly made a huge impression on me. This would definitely be a film I would try to revisit in the near future and give it a proper review as I do see the film's potential and sometimes the songs sound and feel better during a second time. But for now, I found this to be underwhelming.
(ag) wrote: one of the best movie ---- I am looking for it in every place even hala is doing the same