Western • NR • 1959 • 2 hr 21 min
A classic, formulaic western, with some hilarious unintended double entendres. Martin and Nelson’s singing hurts the flow. Beautiful set.
On my top 5 Wayne films & I love the Duke. Maybe Dean Martin's best performance, a pretty intense portrait of getting sober 4 it's time.
A decent western, nothing too innovative here
Tons of characters to love and a great ending. On of the greatest westerns ever.
My absolute favorite John Wayne film. Great story and characters. A fun watch. If you enjoy westerns and classics, check it out!
A good western that tells a great story. However the movie is slow and drawn out and could cause sleepiness in someone who isn't a fan
Way better than I expected. I’m not a big fan of Westerns but this was pretty good. Young Ricky Nelson & Dean Martin singing was cool too.
Amazing Western. Great cast and plot. Classic film.
One of the very first John Wayne films I saw.
A song that reminds you you're going to die also reminds you you're alive right now.
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