When a man dies, he has the opportunity to revenge his death. That's exactly what the Cowboy wants to do, after he was shot by Lem, the bad guy. His funeral turns to a celebration for the ... See full summary »

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When a man dies, he has the opportunity to revenge his death. That's exactly what the Cowboy wants to do, after he was shot by Lem, the bad guy. His funeral turns to a celebration for the whole town but what will the revenge of the Cowboy look like? Is he really dead? Written by themoth-1

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14 June 2008 (Austria)  »

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Edited from Crossroads of Laredo (1995) See more »

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Edward D. Wood Jr.'s posthumous short film originally filmed in 1948, but released in 1995.
18 April 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

It was in 1948 that want to be filmmaker Edward D. Wood Jr. and friend Patrick Dorner set out to make a Western. Their funds were limited to roughly seven hundred odd dollars, so they turned it into a short film, cutting corners, which in turn is what Ed Wood does best.

The film does showcase a fairly descent storyline, although it somewhat lacks originality. It's filming style is also reminiscent of Wood's later TV production "Crossroad Avenger", which also in a way demonstrates that Wood can do some quality work when given the chance to.

Overall, Return to Laredo was a descent Ed Wood Production, filmed as a traditional Western would have been.

6/10


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