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Day Of The Gun
Set in 1890 s Montana, a conflict between the widowed Maggie Carter and cattle baron Cyrus McCall escalates into a range war when McCall threatens her survival as a rancher by putting up a barbed-wire fence. The battle escalates when their children get involved and a mysterious stranger from Maggie's past comes back into her life.
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Without a budget of millions for site locations, Day of the Gun crafted vistas from whole-cloth. Scenes that appear to be shot on the prairie and in the mountains come across with spectacular magnificence. The moment young Kate Carter, played by Erin Heilman steps off an authentic looking steam belching locomotive, the character of the movie is established. The special effects are impressive. This is a film worth watching if, for no other reason, to glimpse authentic emotions and passions of a bye-gone era. Gun fights, big sky, horse wrangling are first rate. It's fun to pick out actors you imagine are preparing for a great career. I especially liked Jason Brown and Sam Lukowski's performance. Cudos to ONE-EYED HORSE and the people who cherish the art of storytelling.
Was overacted I think, but a good story line with lots of unexpected twists.
Scenery was amazing, livestock were well bred and good looking
Dragged a bit sometimes and could easily have been shortened
But i still love westerns and am glad that others feel the same and continue to produce them. .
Over all it was well worth watching
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All clothes were very new and unused,
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