In 1939 Ireland, a young man decides to lead a forty mile cattle drive rather than selling his cattle to an unscrupulous local buyer. Brenda Fricker appears as Keeslar's aunt and Mark ... See full summary »

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Mark Doran
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Fergus Mullaney
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Rector
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Aunt Maeve
Nancy St. Alban ...
Annie Mullaney
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Jay Mullaney
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Tom Mullaney
Eamon Morrissey ...
Philly Hinds
Mark Lambert ...
Algie Clawhammer
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Vestor McCarthy
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Bill Gobberley
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Eileen Colgan ...
Mrs. Hinds
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Martin Mooley
Veronica Duffy ...
Sheila Mullaney
Don Foley ...
Old Man
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In 1939 Ireland, a young man decides to lead a forty mile cattle drive rather than selling his cattle to an unscrupulous local buyer. Brenda Fricker appears as Keeslar's aunt and Mark Lambert is an army deserter, who signs up for the drive. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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25 April 1999 (USA)  »

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: Durango (#48.4)  »

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The first western set in Ireland. See more »

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Edited into Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951) See more »

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A feel-good movie.
1 August 1999 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I just saw 'Durango' yesterday on Hallmark. I was kinda put-off by the title but the movie is beautiful and Matthew Keeslar makes you go droool.. Anyway, the movie is basically about how this guy named Mark refuses to be victimised by a corrupted swindler and takes up the cause of the villagers and undertakes an ardrous journey to sell a flock of cattle. The movie is set in Ireland, in the 30s and providing as a background are references to the World War and the IRA. Adding to the appeal of the movie are many humorous situations and Mark's affair with Annie who has a rather domineering father. It's basically a nice sweet movie and you won't feel you've wasted an hour or two but the scenery of the Emerald Isle will linger on long after seeing this movie. The acting is good and Matt Keeslar does have potential excluding his looks.


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