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The Trail to Hope Rose (2004)

A Native American ex-con finds work as a miner in a town controlled by the vile Driggers family. The miners are treated poorly and those who complain too much get killed. The ex-con decides... See full summary »

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Keenan Deerfield
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Eugene
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Marshall Toll
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Gerald Ruthledge
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Christine Beckford
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Samuel Drigger
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Jack Lester
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A.J. Foster
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Richard Johnson
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Roy Drigger
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Parson Brown
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Doc
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Charmaine Stough
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Henry Stough
Jenny Sullivan ...
Mrs. Stough
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A Native American ex-con finds work as a miner in a town controlled by the vile Driggers family. The miners are treated poorly and those who complain too much get killed. The ex-con decides it's time for a revolt, but first he needs allies. Written by Anonymous

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3 July 2004 (USA)  »

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A remény ösvénye  »

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Just before the end of the movie, when they are looking for Keenan, someone says "There's his horse and the saddle is still warm". The next scene clearly shows a contrail in the sky. See more »

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Eugene: You got the jitters, boy?
Keenan Deerfield: I'm as nervous as a chicken in a fox den.
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Nice and entertaining western drama

Lou Diamond Phillips and marina Black star together with Lee majors and Ernest Borgnine in an entertaining western drama. Lou plays an ex convict who tries to make a living as a mine worker, closely watched by Marshal Luther Toll. The convict knows he is just one step away from going back to prison if he gets out of line - but when he stops a neighbor from severely beating his wife and teams up with an old rancher who stands alone against the mine owner's interests things get complicated for our hero. The movie is not as tough as some of the recent western productions but it is atmospheric, entertaining, full of emotions and some nice action scenes. The actors do a great job and seem to enjoy themselves. For the missing shootout scenes and a rather tame showdown, I'll give it 8 out of 10 points, but I still enjoyed it and can recommend it. Jasper P. Morgan


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