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Jim Redfern dreams of owning his own cattle ranch and along with his partners Mike Evans and Ling heads off on the Cariboo Trail into the interior of British Columbia. There's a gold rush on and along the way they're joined by old-timer Grizzly Winters, a prospector who hasn't had much luck of late. They soon come up against Frank Walsh whose men stampede their cattle. Evans is severely injured forcing Redfern to amputate his left arm. Evans hates him for that and will have nothing to do with him or his dream of the cattle ranch. Walsh owns the local town making it difficult for Redfern to get re-established. Things begin to go his way when he finds gold. Written by
This is an alright movie I think starring the always so handsome Randolph Scott (as Jim), George 'Gabby' Hayes (as Grizzly), Bill Williams (I) (as Mike), Lee Tung Foo (as Ling) and Karin Booth (as Frances).
Jim is a cattleman with a mission to find a good spot to build a ranch on, while his buddy Mike is searching for gold. They face problems when they refuse to pay taxes to cross a bridge to the local tycoon and his men.
I think this is, as most Scott-films, an alright movie. There are some funny jokes and characters (like Grizzly and Ling) and I like the way it has been made.
There is nothing more to say but that one can see that the old technics are used when shooting the background when in nature. That's not something you're getting hung up on so to speak. It was a good film reckoning.
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