The Cariboo Trail (1950)

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The Cariboo Trail (1950). 1h 21m | Approved

“Randolph Scott and Bill Williams star as cowboys leading a small herd of cattle from Montana to the Northwest Territories, one looking for rangeland the other for gold. While driving their cattle along The Caribou Trail, the two men encounter a toll bridge run by the local cattle king (Victor Jory) and his henchmen. But when the men refuse to pay the toll, their cattle is stampeded and all hell breaks loose!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI agree with one reviewer here, Randolph Scott never made an average western – they are always above that and spell quality. There are one or two I donu0026#39;t like, but most of them are great or good. The Caribou Trail, featuring Gabby Hayes in his last film, is the latter. It has plenty of things going on to keep you watching. Actually filmed in Colorado with excellent cinematography and good performances, especially from Bill Williams as Randolph Scottu0026#39;s brother and Victor Jory who plays, you guessed it, a manipulative and scheming villain.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt has some some fine drama, conflict, especially between a crippled Bill Williams and Randolph Scott, adventure and action, all these things join up to make a fairly enjoyable western fare. It does drag on a little towards the end, though.”


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