El Dorado

Sly, leisurely-paced western from Howard Hawks, with a script by Leigh Brackett ensuring a few laughs. EL DORADO addresses the standard Hawks themes of group loyalty and professionalism, but is also a poignant meditation on the passing of the old and the coming of the new. Wayne plays an aging, wounded gunfighter and Mitchum a drunken sheriff; with the...read more

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(Original Trailer)
John Wayne and Robert Mitchum take on a corrupt cattle baron in Howard Hawks' El Dorado (1967).
(Movie Clip) Big Fella
Sheriff J.P. Harrah (Robert Mitchum) checks in with his old friend Cole Thornton (John Wayne), a big laugh for saloon-keeper Maudie (Charlene Holt), e (more…)
(Movie Clip) Still Drunk
Bull (Arthur Hunnicutt), Thornton (John Wayne) and Mississippi (James Caan) observe the effects of an anti-drinking formula they've given to Sheriff J (more…)
(Movie Clip) Opening Credits
Opening credits from director Howard Hawks' El Dorado (1967) starring Robert Mitchum and John Wayne.

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