The friendship of three Texas Ranchers. Later their ranch was destroyed by Cotrell, of the Union army,and his band of outlaw raiders. The original title was "Distant Drums", this was a description of Civil War army deserters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
South of St. Louis
With the advent of the American Civil War, three partners in a ranch see how this is destroyed. Needing money, will join the Confederate troops, each for their particular motivations.
|Download||South of St Louis (1948) 84 min.Joel McCrea,Dorothy Malone,Zacha||Other||44||45||833.14 MB|
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Eddie G (es) wrote: not greatest , low budget movie, but end sucked totaly,
Marrick A (us) wrote: Well acted but not very interesting plot.
Marnie Z (br) wrote: Super violent against women :p
Obay S (jp) wrote: hhm'....i cant said what'.....
Thomas L (ag) wrote: While it may be imperfectly told, it works as a fairy tale. The music is wonderful and uplifting. Freddy Highmore conveys an innocent love of music with a performance far beyond his years.
Lars H (nl) wrote: Come on - brilliantly produced!
Adrin F (fr) wrote: Egyszer?en undortak.
Grant H (gb) wrote: Hilarious! Best one in the trilogy. Close to the first, though.
Awgku K (au) wrote: Selamat Tahun Baru Cina!Jom layan Shaolin Soccer!
Grant T (jp) wrote: Clint Eastwood has his full share of extreme trash talk and tough guy persona as a Marine Sargent here. Hard not to get a chuckle between the young men and Clint whipping them into shape. Good blend of comedy and drama
Marshall G (gb) wrote: Just a great concept all around. Bachchan and Khan as the chess players who really only need chess in their lives are simply unforgettable. Richard Attenborough definitely conveys just how ridiculous the British invasion was in his stubbornness. Pay attention to this one, the dialogue is what shines.
Orlok N (es) wrote: Way ahed of it's time!!
Kevin S (br) wrote: Propaganda at its finest, this is amazingly hilarious!!
Galvy F (jp) wrote: When we just don't know what to do with something's in front of us. When we just don't know if we are certain, but our gut feeling tells us that we already know the answer when its biological. When we do know that we have to tell someone, when they are our confidant, and then another person when they are the reason for us not knowing. When we know what we have to do when we see that we are not thrilled with the thought to know it aint happening between us. When we know we have to destroy it or give it away. When what we don't know we are informed that rattles our brain that we don't know what to do when we are battling our ethics. When the right thing to do we know when we need to let those whom we have to tell know first then give it away to someone whom handle the responsibility other then us. When we know it isn't us to be this inhumane when we know it is not in us. When we know that we are liked by others to know we not many desire us in that way and we are too young to have something's when we are not ready. When we don't know anything about taking care of something's that we know the logical thing is to give to someone whom can. When we know we are giving away something's to good people when they would provide everything we can't. When somethings we know how to do we share in common with others.(missing 1hr15min)
Mark J (de) wrote: After having just watched Kong Island, all I could think of was how it wasn't a patch on King Kong (2005). Such a shame.
Michael K (jp) wrote: As good as any N.Geographic film/tv special I've seen. Amazing footage.
Robby K (it) wrote: It would be so easy for Sally Field to go the Robert De Niro route and just start mailing in all of her performances, but instead at the age of 69 she continues to find new things to do and she does them well. This film doesn't work unless she really commits to the role. Regardless of whether the directing is good (It is), or the other performances impress (They do). It all rests on the shoulders of one of the greatest actresses of all time, and she bumbles and awkwardly glances her way to a near perfect portrayal of a shy elderly woman who for some reason just wants to be with a guy who's much, much younger than her. And you just can't help but root for her the entire time.