The Walking Hills (1949)

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A group of treasure hunters search for a wagon load of gold, buried years before in Death Valley.


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  • Randolph Scott in The Walking Hills (1949)
  • Randolph Scott, William Bishop, Edgar Buchanan, John Ireland, Arthur Kennedy, and Ella Raines in The Walking Hills (1949)
  • Randolph Scott, William Bishop, Edgar Buchanan, Russell Collins, Jerome Courtland, John Ireland, and Josh White in The Walking Hills (1949)
  • Randolph Scott, William Bishop, Edgar Buchanan, Russell Collins, Ella Raines, and Josh White in The Walking Hills (1949)
  • Randolph Scott, Edgar Buchanan, and Guy Wilkerson in The Walking Hills (1949)
  • Randolph Scott, William Bishop, and John Ireland in The Walking Hills (1949)

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4 April 2009 | dbdumonteil
8
| These hills have eyes.
Excellent western ,where what is apparently the main subject (the search for gold) is actually of secondary importance in the end.The director is much more interested in his characters and the relationships that are formed between them.He superbly films the desert ,which has got something lunar ,disturbing ;the signals in the distance increases this feeling of mystery.Even the flashbacks are strange ,they seem completely out of place (Ella Raines could have told her story ) and they add to the threatening atmosphere.Most of the time,the viewer does not know who is searching who and almost all the action takes place in the same place (apart from the beginning) ,which is very rare in a western.Impressive sand-storm scene.

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