Tom Grant has found a rich gold vein and Bart Eaton is after it. Tom's sister Mary heads for the gold fields and Eaton and his men follow. Eaton teams up with Ace Daggett who plans to doublecross him and get the gold for himself. They frame Tom for murder and then try to get him to sign over his claim. The famous scout Tex Houston is on hand, escaping the attempts on his life, saving Mary from various perils, and trying to bring in the real killer and clear Tom.
- Stars:Johnny Mack Brown, Eleanor Hansen, John Archer, William Royle, Charles Middleton, James Blaine, Charles Stevens, Jack Rutherford, Eddy Waller, Ed Cassidy, Karl Hackett, Jim Farley, Horace Murphy, Pat J. O'Brien, Chief Thundercloud,
- Director:Alan James, Ray Taylor,
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Flaming Frontiers torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Weak story but powerful songs....
(nl) wrote: Familiar and barely funny
(it) wrote: Horrible acting, silly plot, but still better than most of the other Puppet Master movies.
(mx) wrote: malisima pero una historia real bastante jodida por cierto
(it) wrote: Terrible movie. The acting was just awful. The story may be accurate and very factual, but it makes for a very bad hour and a half watch,
(it) wrote: This is definitely one of those movies for the sophisticated movie freak. IMO, nothing much happens. It's just a bunch of romantic fooling around. The actors are good, though. Heck, I've never seen William Hurt as a "good" guy until here.So, while I think the movie is a wee bit overrated, I think I would enjoy it more if I were to watch it again and again.
(us) wrote: Yea, it's kind of cheesy but I love it anyway. Usually I don't go for the romantic junk, but it's got enough of the humor & horror elements to make it enjoyable. Plus it was made duing the greatest decade in history... the 1980's.
(br) wrote: a hidden treasure among the bevvy of Australian quirky films.
(nl) wrote: Great nostalgic stuff from Truffaut and one of the great coming of age films.
(au) wrote: A surprisingly beautiful & poignant portrayal of the real life, every day struggles of a married couple. Wonderfully understated performances by Irene Dunn & Cary Grant, in his finest hour. Not even slightly overacted. The movie is like a living, breathing poem. I like the motif of the each record representing an existential experience in their life together. The sad repercussions of a lack of communication is an apt lesson. The movie teaches the viewers that the things we take for granted are often to be valued most. The one drawback for me is the ending which sort of states that only a child is reason enough to uphold marital vows. I disagree with the sentiment. But the movie succeeds nonetheless.
(au) wrote: One of a few films I disagree strongly with Leonard Maltin and his staff about. A must-watch film. On Blu-ray.
(it) wrote: Adrift in Manhattan is a quietly moving film about alienation and connection.