Rating:

An occasionally brutal, but generally plodding western from Lancaster (his first as a director), who fails to pump much life into the anemic script, giving the cast little to do. In his film's leading role, Lancaster journeys off for a better life in Texas with his son (MacDonald), but

gets involved with a pair of feuding families. The best scene has an unarmed Lancaster pitted against a leathery Walter Matthau (in his first role), who viciously beats him with a bullwhip. A superb score, as we have come to expect, is provided by Bernard Herrmann.

Cast & Details See all »

  • Rating: NR
  • Review: An occasionally brutal, but generally plodding western from Lancaster (his first as a director), who fails to pump much life into the anemic script, giving the cast little to do. In his film's leading role, Lancaster journeys off for a better life in Texas… (more)

Show More »

Trending TonightSee all »

Watch This

Chandler Riggs, <em>The Walking Dead</em>
The Walking Dead: Is Carl Going to Die?

Carl might be on his way to the Big Pudding Can in the Sky