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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Gary P. Cohen on November 9, 2011
Format: DVD
I saw this film with my father in the movies when I was 16 and greatly enjoyed it. For years I wondered why it had never been released on VHS or DVD. I especially wondered when another terrific 20th. Century Fox western "Rio Conchos" was released earlier in the year and partnered with a mediocrity like "Take A Hard Ride."
Well anyway it is finally here in a release limited to 3000. This film was released in the summer of 1966 and was both a critical and financial failure. The main problem seems to be simply that it is not the John Ford "Stagecoach" and has been maligned unfairly as a result. Filmed in color in beautiful Colorado, this film has plenty of action and an indian attack sequence near the end that goes on forever. The film has a terrific cast including the beautiful Ann-Margaret as the saloon girl Dallas, Bing Crosby excellent as the alcoholic Doc Boone and Michael Connors, 1 year before "Mannix," as the Southern gambler Hatfield. Red Buttons as the whiskey salesman whose wares Crosby keeps sampling and the great Slim Pickens as whiny stagecoach driver Buck. The rest of the cast includes Van Heflin as the Marshal, Curley and Bob Cummings, slimy and obnoxious as the embezzling banker Gatewood. Stefanie Powers is the pregnant cavalry Captain's wife, protected by Connors. (I was lucky enough to meet Miss Powers and Ann-Margret a few years ago at a Chiller Theatre in New Jersey and had them sign a poster, with that wonderful Norman Rockwell artwork, of this film that I own.)Keenan Wynn makes a small appearance at the end as the absolutely evil Luke Plummer, the man the Ringo kid has come to kill.
And speaking of the Ringo kid, theres Alex Cord in the role that made the legendary John Wayne a star. Look, Cord is obviously no Duke, not many are.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By The CinemaScope Cat on October 19, 2011
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A disparate group of passengers are thrown together by circumstances on a stagecoach traveling through Sioux territory making their way to Cheyenne. If John Ford's 1939 masterwork STAGECOACH had never existed, this film would be seen as an above average exciting western. But when you're a remake of one of the great American films of all time, it's near impossible to stand on your own without being compared. Of course, a film like this, despite some genuine virtues, is going to suffer under comparisons. As it is, it's a solid western with colorful characters traveling amid the glorious Colorado mountains majestically lensed in CinemaScope by William Clothier (MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE). The film, not surprisingly considering the almost 30 years that have passed, is more violent. It opens with a soldier getting a tomahawk to the face, a man being dragged through fire and a horse stomping a solider to death. Some of the casting is off. Ann-Margret, in particular, with her Sydney Guilaroff hairstyles and anachronistic false fingernails is simply too young for the role of the prostitute Dallas and Robert Cummings, who normally can barely make an effort to act, overacts terribly. Directed by Gordon Douglas, music by Jerry Goldsmith. With Bing Crosby (very good), Van Heflin, Stefanie Powers, Red Buttons, Michael Connors, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn and in the role that made John Wayne a star, Alex Cord.

The Twilight Time DVD is a superb anamorphic wide screen (2.35) transfer.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Barry on October 24, 2011
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Movie is filled with history of the BEST actors ever!
Some might feel Ann-Margret wasn't right for the part but I beg to differ!
The role of "Dallas" is to be SEXY, Ann-Margret is beyond that for sure!

Been waiting years for this movie on VHS & it never happan...
Thrilled to see it released on DVD & especially this high anamorphic quality!

Thanks to Twilight for releasing this movie...I'm thrilled!

Why are 200 people writing reviews for 1939 with John Wayne this listing is 1966 nothing to do with JW.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Girvan Paterson on January 6, 2012
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First of all, don't make the mistake of trying to compare this version with the 1939 classic!The 1966 film can stand on it's own merits as a thoroughly enjoyable western, with the added advantage of colour and wide screen photography! Alex Cord may not have the looks or charisma of John Wayne, but he's adequate in the role, and the experience of the all-star cast make up for any shortcomings! The great Bing Crosby easily steals the acting honours as the drunken Doc Boone in his last big screen role, and fine performances by the likes of other veterans like Robert Cummings, Van Heflin and Slim Pickens and others all add the the fun! Any one who likes a good solid western will enjoy this film, just don't expect Bing to swing out with one of his old western hits, and you wont be disappointed!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James E King on March 4, 2012
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Except for the fact that John Wayne is not in it, it beats the original in every way. It's color, wide screen, great film quality and scenery. A cast of great actors. Bing Crosby is great and Ann Margaret is beautiful as always. This film is well worth watching and owning. Hurry and grab the last one or you will be sorry.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TS on September 24, 2013
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I like the casting in this remake of the classic Stagecoach better than the original. A true all star cast who do a great job with their roles. I think John Carradine was what makes me not so big a fan of the original I never have cared for his over the top acting style which I suspect may be a result of the era he learned to act in and a stage background.

One thing to be aware of and something I wish I had looked into before ordering my copy here is that the seller here is charging double the price you can purchase the move from the distributor for. That twice the regular retail price.
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