Canyon Passage (1946)

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Businessman Logan Stuart is torn between his love of two very different women in 1850's Oregon and his loyalty to a compulsive gambler friend who goes over the line.


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16 June 2007 | tmwest
Excellent film, showing fairy tale colors, in a hard, realistic world.
The magical colors of this film that are even unrealistic, contrast with the hard reality and frustrated lives of the main characters. Dana Andrews wants to make it big with his business. Brian Donlevy wants to live in a sophisticated big town, and starts spending the gold of the miners which he is supposed to keep in a safe. He is also engaged to Susan Hayward, who likes Andrews, who wants to marry Patricia Roc. Ward Bond plays a bully, with mental problems. There is no fairy tale here,only in the colors, they all live hard lives. The Indians are always present, not accepting the log cabins that are built. Hoagy Carmichael is quite a significant presence, also sings great songs. Tourneur made another remarkable western "Way of a Gaucho", also with a fabulous color cinematography.

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