- Format: NTSC
- Language: French
- Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
- Dubbed: French
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
- Studio: Warner Studios
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B003NF97MQ
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Nicely played by all especially the always wonderful Elliott and Matt Clark as the dogged Shabbit,the script by James Lee Barrett affords all characters,even the minor ones, some good moments and the action sequences are very tense and well handled.
The golden age of the westerns has gone and with notable exceptions such as Peckinpah,Boetticher and Mann,it is pieces like this and Open Range,Lonesome Dove etc that we can really see the west as truly wild.
He always gives a impression that you can depend upon him in any difficulty-and he will take care of it.
Quick and the Dead was made for the television in 1987.
Fantastic dialogue written by James Lee Barrett and directed to the finer perfection by Robert Day giving full credit to the great story written by Louis L'Amour.
It has a beautiful musical score, which fits the great landscape just after winter snow
Melting on the mountains.
Story was set in 1876 Wyoming territory.
Tom Conti plays (Duncan McKaskel) with his wife (Susanna McKaskel) played by
Kate Capshaw and they have one son (tom Mckaskel) played by Kenny Morrison.
They are on their way to start new life on the land which her brother who was in Custer's regiment bought and built the house before going to war.
Then there is Sam Elliot as (Con Vallian)-I doesn't have to tell much about Him.
Each dialogues is explosive.
In this movie he is a son of mountain man and Indian mother.
He keeps appearing like a ghost saving the day for them and indirectly preparing and teaching them to take care of themselves as they were chased by a band of ruffians -even though while doing so he got shot but he kept going on saying this funny dialogue ever since he first met them.
Yes sir McKaskel you are a lucky man
You got a damm good woman.
You are a mighty handsome woman maam.
She is my wife. You know she is handsome
I know she is handsome-will you stop saying it.
Still she is mighty handsome.
Susanna says-Pardon me but we don't even know your name.
Name don't count much out here maam.
On one occasion Duncan says.
Have you actually ever done a day's work in your life vallian.
I worked hard every day in my life Mr.
"BY STAYING ALIVE".
Good movie-you can never go wrong.Print is good and sound is good.
This is in the same vein as "Shane" with the wandering hero and the family and "Hondo" as the being at one with the country.
This moves along nicely to a not overdone final confrontation.
I love westerns and this does not disappoint.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just the king of western I enjoy. A bit of romance and not too violent.Published 2 months ago by Anthony Lewis Moore
This dvd was better than expected & I`m very happy with all aspects of this purchase thank you.Published 7 months ago by LEONARD WOODS
Two films out called this .. good films both though.. not sure how they got away with that?Published 12 months ago by Mr. Dave