The Deadly Trackers

1973

Western / Drama

4
IMDb Rating 5.7

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jonathon Dabell ([email protected]) 3/10

After The Wild Bunch had pushed back a few boundaries in terms ofviolence, especially within the western genre, there followed a spateof similar westerns. Billy Two Hats, Chato's Land, The Hunting Party,The Revengers and The Last Hard Men were among the front-runners. Alsoon any list of brutal '70s revenge-westerns would be The DeadlyTrackers, originally planned as a Samuel Fuller movie but completed byBarry Shear after Fuller quit the project. This violent, bloodthirstyfilm is, alas, somewhat disappointing.<br><br>Irish sheriff Sean Kilpatrick (Richard Harris) looks after the Texastown of Santa Rosa and has made a point of solving crimes and capturingcriminals without resorting to violence. In fact, he has never in hislife fired a gun in anger, yet has somehow fostered total law, orderand respect among the townsfolk. His methods are tested to the limitwhen outlaw Frank Brand (Rod Taylor in a surprisingly sadisticperformance) and his gang rob the local bank. During their escapeattempt, the outlaws inadvertently kill Kilpatrick's own wife andchild. Devastated, Kilpatrick ditches his anti-gun, anti-violenceattitude and pursues Brand and his cronies. The chase leads to Mexico,where Kilpatrick has no official authority and is viewed as little morethan an outlaw himself. The Irish sheriff tracks down and kills Brand'sgang one-by-one, until just he and Brand remain.<br><br>Just a year earlier, Barry Shear had made the film Across 110th Street,regarded as the most violent movie ever made up to that point, so it'sperhaps no surprise that this film emphasises the gore and brutality tothe extent it does. Harris is quite memorable as the Irish sheriff,giving another of his energetic performances, and Taylor's villainousturn reveals an ugly side rarely portrayed by the actor in his otherfilms. However, in most aspects The Deadly Trackers fails to make thegrade as a good, worthwhile film. It is far too simplistic for its owngood, with no resonance beyond the immediate plot (and the plot itselfis pretty basic, being nothing more than a straightforward chasenarrative). The supporting performances are generally ratherlacklustre, possibly because none of the characters beyond the twoprincipal players carry much depth or interest. Also, the story isdismayingly familiar, with precious little that it fresh or original;just lots of tired and predictable scenes that have been begged,borrowed and stolen from many other sources (even the music is lifteddirectly from The Wild Bunch.... perhaps to keep the budget down?) Onthe whole, The Deadly Trackers is a dismal misfire in which the detailto violence and the intriguing lead performances are the sole points ofinterest.

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Reviewed by Charles Tatum 8/10

Richard Harris, who has appeared in quite a few westerns for<br><br>being from across the Atlantic, tackles another role with gusto in<br><br>this hard hitting 1973 film.<br><br>Harris is Kilpatrick, a pacifist sheriff in a Texas town. Rod Taylor<br><br>and his gang rob the bank, kill a few people, and get set to ride off<br><br>with the loot. Harris blocks their departure with a system the town<br><br>has rigged up so as not to kill anyone, just capture them. He does<br><br>not believe in guns, and only shoots to injure and scare, not kill.<br><br>Taylor and the gang kill Harris' wife and child, and ride away, with<br><br>Harris on their trail. He does not let that pesky Mexican border<br><br>deter him either, as he rides on through and meets another<br><br>lawman a lot like him.<br><br>Al Lettieri plays Gutierrez, who is also after Taylor. However,<br><br>Gutierrez's pacifism comes to annoy the viewer as well as Harris.<br><br>The Mexican sheriff is insistent on letting justice prevail, always<br><br>looking for witnesses, and never just going after and killing the<br><br>bloodthirsty gang.<br><br>Harris begins to catch up to the gang, and dispatches them one by<br><br>one, until he finally is down to two. He is also on his last nerve, as<br><br>he finally gives in to his gun's quick justice. The climactic shootout<br><br>in the convent, where Harris finds himself on the same level as<br><br>Taylor, is very moving.<br><br>Despite the (PG) rating, this is one violent film. Once the viewer<br><br>overcomes this, they are definitely in for a wild ride. Harris is great<br><br>as the vengeful sheriff who will not die, and brings the same<br><br>intensity to this that he showed in the &quot;A Man Called Horse&quot; series.<br><br>Rod Taylor goes down in western film history as one of the<br><br>meanest villains on celluloid. One great scene has him describe<br><br>how he murdered his father, as even his jaded gang looks at him<br><br>in horror.<br><br>In the outlaw gang- William Smith, who seems to have been in<br><br>everything and you will recognize him the minute you see him,<br><br>does well as the seemingly retarded Schoolboy. Neville Brand is<br><br>good as Choo Choo, who earned that nickname because he has<br><br>a section of rail where his hand was. Paul Benjamin is great as<br><br>Jacob, a very intelligent black man who uses his wits to outsmart<br><br>the rest of the gang, but cannot get past how others feel about his<br><br>color.<br><br>As mentioned before, the cast is great except for the character of<br><br>Gutierrez. Eventually, he became a thorn in the side of Harris and<br><br>the audience. He never seemed to get what Harris was trying to<br><br>do, and adhered so closely to the law that he became annoying.<br><br>His final murderous act is more frustrating than noble.<br><br>Shear's direction is okay, once in a while I would notice the<br><br>shadow of a camera in an outdoor scene. His decision to use still<br><br>shots from the movie in the opening credits might have people<br><br>checking the pause button on their VCR, and I am not sure why he<br><br>did this. His actions scenes are good, with good stuntwork, but<br><br>again, be forewarned of the violence, especially directed toward<br><br>children.<br><br>Despite an equally awkward title, &quot;The Deadly Trackers&quot; is good<br><br>adult western fare that probably should have received more praise<br><br>than it has- especially for Taylor and Harris. I highly recommendit.<br><br>This is rated (PG) but contains strong physical violence, strong<br><br>gun violence, brief sexual violence, gore, strong profanity, very brief<br><br>female nudity, and sexual references. <br><br>

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Reviewed by David Anthony ([email protected])

The Deadly Trackers was to be directed by the author of the originalstory,Sam Fuller. He was replaced by one or two other directors (identitiesunknown) and it was up to the dependable Barry Shear to complete thefilm.The opening sequence of stills and voice-overs is a liability to theoverallfilm. My guess is that Shear, due to the chop and change of previousdirectors, had cobbled together pieces of their unfinished work. I wouldappreciate clarification of this from someone who knows. The importanceofthe opening sequence is that it establishes the motivation for the entirefilm. The violent shattering of this close-knit family drives theaction -and should have given the viewer a greater appreciation of RichardHarris'sdespair. Otherwise Shear's film is an excellent thought-provoking westernwith an excellent performance by Al Lettieri playing the sheriff as therevenge-seeker's conscience. Vigilante theme worth comparing to filmslikeDirty Harry which was released two years earlier and set a trend inAmericancinema.<br><br>Memo: Whoever wrote the line `He shot the roses from her cheeks' shouldhavebeen shot himself.

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