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Saskatchewan (1954) ( O'Rourke of the Royal Mounted )
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Australia released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Saskatchewan is a 'northern' starring Alan Ladd as tight-lipped Canadian Mountie Sgt. Thomas O'Rourke. He rescues Grace Markey (Shelley Winters), sole survivor of a Sioux uprising, and the two of them set out across the treacherous Saskatchewan terrain to safety. To keep himself and his companion alive, O'Rourke must rely on his own knowledge of Sioux behavior...not as daunting a task as it seems, since the Mountie was raised by Cree Indians. Along the way, the stoic O'Rourke melts enough to fall in love with Grace, who isn't as helpless as she seems at first glance. Saskatchewan is directed by Raoul Walsh in his usual virile and vigorous fashion.
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The Pegasus DVD via Great Britain is an adequate transfer at best. The transfer is on the soft side and could have used some tweaking to make it sharper but it's certainly watchable. The aspect ratio is full frame 1.33
"Saskatchewan" aka "O'Rourke of the Royal Mounted" has Alan Ladd as the mountie who is the adopted son of a Cree indian chief. His indian brother is played by Tonto 'kemosabe' himself, Jay Silverheels. Ladd romances saloon girl Shelley Winters whilst trying to keep the Cree from allying with the warlike Sioux fresh from their victory over Custer at the Little Big Horn in neaby Montana. He falls foul of his own superiors in his attempts to keep the peace. No real surprises here apart from the locations used, which are admittedly stunningly beautiful. Lots of riders in bright uniforms dashing hither and thither amongst the mountains.Read more ›
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Breathtaking photography and amazing camera work! Remastering of picture and sound give the opportunity to sit back and enjoy the views. Location filming is perfect throughout. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mystery Writer Fan
Not one of his best but still a good story with a few familiar faces, SHELLEY WINTERS pretty much stole the show in my opinion. Another Alan Ladd movie to my collection though.Published 17 months ago by MAC
Bought this because I'm still soppy over Jay Silverheels. Loved him and it. Sigh.Published 21 months ago by Topper