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1863. Texas Ranger Todd Croyden and Union spy Whitney Randolph cross into Mexico to investigate a growing struggle for power between the French-supported Maximilian and the native-born Benito Juarez. In Mexico they meet General Liguras, who is loyal to Juarez, and the beautiful Madeline -- daughter of or wife to the powerful and manipulative Basil Danzeeger. Croyden falls for Madeline but soon runs afoul of Danzeeger who condemns him to be pulled apart between two horses. Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
This is very entertaining movie - - not GREAT - - but,then, there are more average movies made than any other. Perhaps my high rating is based on nostalgia, but aren't movies supposed to evoke such emotions? This is one of those matinées from my childhood, early teens to be exact, that I would take the time to watch whenever I discovered that it was going to be on TV. Now, very few old movies are on TV, being replaced by new "classics" from the 60's, 70's, etc. I just think it's too bad that films like this will probably never be transferred to DVD, and if they are, they'll be done by third rate companies like Goodtime and Alpha.
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