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A restless wanderer makes a promise to a dying friend to help the man's widow and daughter hold onto their ranch in the lush but lawless Wyoming Territory. But when oil is discovered on the land, the unsuspecting hero must contend not only with the two women who are suspicious of his motives, but also with ruthless men plotting to seize the ranch. Based on the novel by Louis L'Amour.
There are unmistakable pleasures to an old-fashioned Western, and Crossfire Trail has 'em. Tom Selleck has a lean, weathered face that sits nicely atop a horse and beneath a broad-brimmed hat; he plays a canny cowboy who's come to make good on a promise to a dying man and ends up caught between a beautiful woman (Virginia Madsen) and a wicked man in black--a couple of them, actually. Crossfire Trail has just about every element you could ask for (a Sioux war party, a cruel hired gun, a shootout in the street, even a cattle stampede), but it spins them out with such clean efficiency that you can't help but enjoy it. Directed skillfully and with heart, Crossfire Trail will satisfy any Western fan. Based on the novel by Louis L'Amour; also featuring Wilford Brimley and Mark Harmon. --Bret FetzerSee all Editorial Reviews
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The only thing that appeared to be missing is that there was an Indian (Native American) war party that was looking for the Chief's daughter. The daughter was kidnapped by...I don't know, a bad man. Selleck's character comes across her, helps her from an injury, then protects her until the scouting party arrives. That was a scene that had a lot of tension that didn't pay off there nor later. So I felt like it was unnecessary. Bad Man shows up later looking to fight but I just feel like there could have been more to the scouting party then just to introduce Bad Man.
Other than that, stellar movie.