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Stagecoach(1966)

4.1 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Slim Pickens, Bing Crosby, Bob Cummings, Alex Cord, Van Heflin
  • Directors: Gordon Douglas
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005UO4AF2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 164,230 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Special Features: Isolated Score Track. 16 x 9. Language: English. Audio: Mono. NTSC. 1966 / Color. Run Time: 115 Minutes. Widescreen Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1. Region 0. Limited Edition of 3,000. Exclusive distribution for Twilight Time provided by Screen Archives Entertainment.

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Format: Blu-ray
Hi Guys,
First,I bought Stagecoach-San Fernando blu-ray from amazon marketplace Germany at a very reasonable price.
I,ve loved this version from the first,seeing it at the Cinema,aye,it,s a remake,I,m taking nothing away from the original Classic from John Ford,this remake stands on it,s own as an excellent western,in many ways it,s better than the original.
Now,the blu-ray review,I urge all lovers of this "remake" to buy this blu-ray, spectacular picture quality,sound too,it was an absolute pleasure to watch this on blu-ray,I give the Guys who transferred this western to blu-ray FULL PRAISE,a truly magnificent blu-ray!!!!!
When you think of the original Ford Classic, and it,s splendid views of Monument Valley/Utah, Gordon Douglas did remarkabley well taking the film to Colorado,the scenery is fabulous,GREAT Cinematography!!!!!
All in ALL Guys,this blu-ray is a MUST-BUY,and there,s no subtitles,sometimes we have to put up with forced subtitles,particularly from France,a few times from Germany,so just to let you know,English/German Audio!!!!!
Davy Cairns,Scotland.
ps,EXCELLENT Customer Service from amazon marketplace Germany.
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I loved all the characters in this movie. Especially Bing Crosby and Ann Margret. This is definately one of my favourite films. Again, filled with colour, great locations and good acting. Would definately recommend this movie to anyone and is definately suitable for the family to watch!!
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Format: DVD
A disparate group of passengers are thrown together by circumstances on a stagecoach traveling through Sioux territory making their way to Cheyenne. If John Ford's 1939 masterwork STAGECOACH had never existed, this film would be seen as an above average exciting western. But when you're a remake of one of the great American films of all time, it's near impossible to stand on your own without being compared. Of course, a film like this, despite some genuine virtues, is going to suffer under comparisons. As it is, it's a solid western with colorful characters traveling amid the glorious Colorado mountains majestically lensed in CinemaScope by William Clothier (MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE). The film, not surprisingly considering the almost 30 years that have passed, is more violent. It opens with a soldier getting a tomahawk to the face, a man being dragged through fire and a horse stomping a solider to death. Some of the casting is off. Ann-Margret, in particular, with her Sydney Guilaroff hairstyles and anachronistic false fingernails is simply too young for the role of the prostitute Dallas and Robert Cummings, who normally can barely make an effort to act, overacts terribly. Directed by Gordon Douglas, music by Jerry Goldsmith. With Bing Crosby (very good), Van Heflin, Stefanie Powers, Red Buttons, Michael Connors, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn and in the role that made John Wayne a star, Alex Cord.

The region one Twilight Time DVD is a superb anamorphic wide screen (2.35) transfer.
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By Bob Salter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jun. 2015
Format: DVD
You are on a real hiding to nothing trying to remake a western of almost mythical status that is remembered frame by frame by many people.....at least it is by me! John Ford's classic is cherished by western fans and famously reignited the stagnating career of western icon John Wayne. Why on earth bother to try and remake it? Presumably someone got a whiff of money in the air and they went for it with predictable results!

This film attempts to update the original with more bloodshed and a modern cast of stars, and also sets it further north in Sioux country. Alex Cord has the unenviable task of following in John Wayne's footsteps. How on earth is he meant to trump Wayne's Winchester twirling introduction to the film. Alas he is more akin to a village footballer trying to fill in at Barcelona for Lionel Messi. His first appearance is a giant wet lettuce by comparison. Van Heflin as Curly the Sheriff simply looks old and tired, like he was killing time until his pay cheque arrives. Ann-Margret is badly miscast as the prostitute Dallas, looking more like one of the Vestal Virgins. Keenan Wynn wildly overacts as Luke Plummer with a few loose screws. Bing Crosby strives manfully as the drunken Doc Boone in his last movie role.

Perhaps I am being a little harsh, and if you haven't, shame on you, seen the original then this is an okay time filler for the genre fan. The scenery is beautifully shot in colour and there is plenty of action. But if you have and loved the original as I have, then it is probably best to give this piece of sixties kitsch a wide berth. Worse was sadly to come! In 1986 they dusted off a few old country and western stars for another remake. That one was so bad it made the 1966 effort look good! Let's hope there are no more remakes to sully the memory of a film that Orson Welles described as a perfect textbook of film making.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
A great print of a fine remake of the John Wayne Classic but it is a fine western in it's own right. A very good cast and great photography with vibrant colours. I really enjoyed viewing it on blu ray.
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I've never written a review before, but I have to share that this film was even more enjoyable than I remembered from all those years ago when I first watched it and this dvd is stunning for depth and clarity! The scenery is absolutely delightful! First rate product and prompt delivery!
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