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Rachel And The Stranger [DVD]
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David Harvey is a widower with a young son who decides that he needs a woman around the house, he takes a bonded servant Rachel as his wife. David shows no real affection towards Rachel, he treats her well, but far more as a servant than a wife. This all changes when his smooth-talking friend Jim Fairways arrives and shows an obvious interest in Rachel, David starts to realize that she means far more to him than he thought.
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I first saw the film many years ago on TV and have it recorded onto VHS tape. It is an excellent lighthearted western with romance bubbling under the surface and a decent touch of drama towards the end. The first rate script is well delivered by all concerned. Upon purchase, I decided to watch the colour version and I am amazed at how well they do this ! It looks entirely natural and, though I am a fan of authentic b&w films, I am no longer tempted to watch the 'original'.
The story is delightful - unhurried but never without interesting developments. The film is dated in the year I was born (1948) and is a strong contender to make my list of top ten favourite westerns.
The romance is fairly subtle with robert mitchum and william holden competing for 'Rachel'. Mitchum is surprisingly effective in a comic role and even sings well!
A lovely rainy Sunday afternoon piece of escapism.
The Odeon DVD from Great Britain is an above average transfer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good DVD case notes. Sort of a 1940's romantic comedy with the main players.Pioneer classic with cavalry fort and attacking Indians . Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Conran
I have not purchased "Rachel and the Stranger "because it doesn't have subtitles on it, over 7 million people in the UK are deaf and rely on subtitles to enjoy their... Read morePublished 6 months ago by jean white
An olg film I remembered and it was just as good as I rememberedPublished 6 months ago by E A Maggs