The Light of Western Stars

The Light of Western Stars

A friend of Dick Bailey is killed by a mysterious assailant, whom Dick suspects to be Stack, who is in league with the crooked sheriff. Out on a spree Dick swears he will marry the first woman he sees, who happens to be Ruth Hammond, sister of his dead friend, arriving to take charge of the Hammond ranch. Revolted by his rough proposal,she fires him as the Hammond foreman and she proceeds to the ranch. Stack informs her he has purchased the ranch for the payment of the back-due taxes, and she relents and rehires Dick and his friends to aid her in her fight against Stack.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:70 minutes
  • Release:1930
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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James P (de) wrote: Bill Murray is superb....they should make a Part II, set I the war, featuring a weekend with Churchill

AJ G (mx) wrote: The most fantastic Christmas movie I've ever seen.

Josef L (jp) wrote: Saw it in Dallas for the DIFF, can't wait to see it in Theaters!

Bengel W (us) wrote: At about 14 minutes in, the film does lift from bland to plain and continues along that route. The actors actually do a great job and are very realistic in their approach to the characters. If you are currently living in a prison cell you may find this movie great, as it is about an ordinary life and its moment in time. Talking to a stranger is sometimes easier than a friend, maybe the theme. Nibbles: Treacle Tart.

Navin J (ag) wrote: great music - funny cameo with Betty White. Story is pretty much the same as any other type of movie that involves some sort of co-ed sports. I wasn't really keen on their final dance music selection, it wasn't as great as some of their competitors. But it was enjoyable while I was folding laundry.

Eric O (nl) wrote: While educational on the demise of an infamous journalist, the film lacked emotional connection between the characters and the audience to make it a worthwhile watch. The interactions b/w Glass and his editor seemed so superficial and unbelievable even for a drama.

Juan Diego L (br) wrote: p (C)sima, lis efectos son muy malos, la actuacin igual, los personajes muy malos que toman decisiones tontas y los hacen muy estpidos, el villano se ve ridculo!!! salido de twilight! me da mucha rabia est pelcula.

Nadiya K (de) wrote: my favorite movie best movie

Grant S (nl) wrote: Great motor racing movie, possibly the best non-documentary motor racing ever. (If you include documentaries, however, "Senna" takes it).Excellent racing scenes. Every race was seat-of-your-pants stuff. Nothing was predictable: by the time of the last race there were still several possibilities open to how the movie was going to end. The last race was one of the more intense 15 minutes or so in cinema history. There was a huge feeling of impending doom, but you did not know for whom (or even that it was for only one person).Great cinematography during the racing scenes. It was like being there. Plus you get to feel what it is like to be someone in the crowd, or in the pits, or in the press.However, the non-racing scenes detract from the quality of the movie. Yes, they show the private lives of the racers and make them more human, but they aren't done very well. The non-racing stuff doesn't develop the characters much, even though with all that time spent (and it is a lot) you'd think it would.In the end the non-racing stuff just feels like padding, blowing out the running time and making it boring in stretches.Good performances from James Garner and Yves Montand. However, nobody else really measures up. Jessica Walter was unconvincing and Eva Marie Saint, for all her talent (thinking North By Northwest), just seems a bit spare. Francois Hardy does a decent job, and looks stunning doing it, but has little screen time, or impact on the movie.

rocknblues 8 (au) wrote: Shenandoah is an interesting film. A lot of the film is build on wholesome values that seem to doom the film to Disney territory early on. It's about a farmer (Played by Stewart)that encourages his sons not to interfere and pick sides in the Civil War. Naturally, his stance can only hold for so long as he is forced into action after his son taken by the Yankee forces and turned into a prisoner. The whole family with the exception of one son and his wife is left behind as the family heads out to find the missing boy. But tragedy strikes when a pair of looters could by the ranch and take advantage of the only remaining couple. After the pursuit proves to be less than fruitful, the family returns home to discover that fate did not reward the families lack of action. Instead, farmer Charlie Anderson learns that you can't ever fully runaway from the tragedy of war. And while the film clearly is a notch below most of Stewart's early work, the film is worth watching and Stewart delivers another solid performance highlighted by an emotional scene near the end in which he tries to make sense of it all by sharing his thoughts over the grave of his dead wife. It might not be the ending a lot of people would want, but Stewart makes it work with his earnest performance.

Cha t (au) wrote: This old B&W documentary was taken on all 8mm equipment but is an interesting look into the journey. It is narrated by Heyerdahl himself.

Cameron J (mx) wrote: What did I just watch?

Gil B (it) wrote: I liked it! It was very cool and action packed. Sure you can nitpick at it. But when it comes to occult action this was one of the betters.

Gregory W (ca) wrote: skip this and see the original

Malik G (ag) wrote: Not many ppl hav watched this... bt i found it lying around wen i ws going thru my medieval movie phase... pretty gud and definitely worth a watch...