Colorado Territory

1949

Western /

0
IMDb Rating 7.2

Synopsis


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1472*1072
English 2.0
23.976 fps /
94 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps /
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MartinHafer 7

HIGH SIERRA was an exceptional Bogart film and it helped to make him a bonafied star. However, like Hollywood tended to do in the 30s and 40s, they remade this film less than a decade later! However, considering how good HIGH SIERRA was, Colorado TERRITORY can&#39;t help but come up a bit short even if it is still a good film.<br/><br/>Joel McCrea gets the unenviable task of repeating Bogie&#39;s role, though in this case the film is set in the Old West. The plot is basically the same and everyone associated with the film did a fine job--but I still am asking why bother remaking such a good film? It&#39;s worth seeing, but unless you are a huge Western or McCrea fan, it&#39;s skip-able.<br/><br/>By the way, in an unusual move, director Raoul Walsh was at the helm of the original AND this re-make.

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Reviewed by bkoganbing 5

Who could have been a better choice for doing a western re-make of High Sierra than the original director of High Sierra, Raoul Walsh. He pretty well followed the plot line of High Sierra and had every character in there, but the dog who was an alleged jinx.<br/><br/>It could have been a better film and the trouble is with the miscasting of Joel McCrea. McCrea in my opinion was the solidest of western heroes, at his best when he&#39;s playing straight as an arrow good guys. Wes McQueen is not a straightforward good guy at all here and McCrea just can&#39;t get a handle on the character. You want to see McCrea at his heroic best, look at stuff like Union Pacific, Four Faces West, or The Virginian to name a few. I think Randolph Scott or Dick Powell would have been better casting here.<br/><br/>That being said it&#39;s not a bad film, but it could have been better. The women here are Virginia Mayo and Dorothy Malone playing the parts that Ida Lupino and Joan Leslie did in High Sierra. Mayo is the tough as nails broad in this just like Lupino. Malone&#39;s character is far from the innocent that Joan Leslie portrayed. It was another rung up the ladder for Malone to that Oscar she got for Written on the Wind.<br/><br/>The rest of the cast is populated with such veterans as Henry Hull, Basil Ruysdael, Harry Woods, Monte Blue, John Archer, and James Mitchell, stalwarts one and all. Frank Puglia plays a Franciscan Friar who winds up the real &quot;winner&quot; in this film.<br/><br/>The ending is different than High Sierra and I think Walsh took some inspiration from Duel in the Sun. I won&#39;t say more.

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Reviewed by moonspinner55 6

W.R. Burnett&#39;s book &quot;High Sierra&quot;, filmed in 1941 with Humphrey Bogart as a jewel thief, gets a rousing (and uncredited) western reworking here, with the main character&#39;s vocation changed to train robber. In 1871 Missouri, a criminal set for execution breaks out of prison and holes up in the valley with two of his cronies, where they plot another railroad heist. Director Raoul Walsh (who also helmed &quot;High Sierra&quot; for Warner Bros.) gets superlative usage out of the dusty, craggy locations, with cinematographer Sid Hickox capturing the mountain terrain and cloudy skies in gorgeously expressive black-and-white. Joel McCrea is surprisingly comfortable playing the semi-bad guy (though definitely one with a heart of mush...and a yen for marriage!), however some of the supporting characters are a bit of a stretch. Virgina Mayo (she of the glassy-eyed stare) does what she can in the insane role of an ex-dance hall girl, Dorothy Malone is completely lost in the underwritten part of a well digger&#39;s daughter who wants a better life, and John Archer and James Mitchell are two cardboard villains. The picture gets by on the strength of its considerable technical merits and by McCrea&#39;s performance; with his easy gait and benign personality, McCrea is likable even when he&#39;s shooting down the law (he&#39;s shrewd and sturdy, a good man to have around). However, the writing is overheated, and the nutty finale provokes unintended laughs. Story filmed yet again by recycle-happy Warner Bros. in 1955, entitled &quot;I Died a Thousand Times&quot;. **1/2 from ****

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