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In reading the book, "The Iron Marshal", I was a little disappointed that the director didn't follow the plot better in the film. The book is excellent but the movie is okay as well. I enjoyed the story line, the acting and the photography. The director did a pretty good job with the actors and the camera work. The final cut was good and the story flowed thru pretty well.
I've been looking for this movie to be released onto video so I can add to my collection, but so far nothing has been done.
If you happen to run upon it, I think you'll enjoy the movie.... I'm a big Louis L'Amour fan and I thought they did a pretty fair job on the movie.
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