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The Sundowners1950

  • 3.0
From the legendary western novelist, Alan LeMay, Robert Preston and Robert Sterling portray two brothers who find themselves on opposite sides of the legal fence. Preston's son is caught in the crossfire, menaced by Sterling. [Please excuse the poor source quality of this film. It is presented here in the best transfer currently available.]

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It's fun to watch the two Roberts. Robert Sterling has been better but he is likable here. Robert Preston as the villain doesn't just steal the movie, he devours it whole. Chill Wills is Chill Wills, but that's never a problem for me. What is a problem is the predictability. You don't need a lot of prescience to predict the next scene and the scene after that. With some surprises thrown in this could have been good. But there is nary a one. The best that can be said about the Sundowners is that it gives us the wild west at its wildest. There are no rules, no law except the law of survival. For 1950, this is a pretty violent western.

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