Drango (1957)

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A participant of Sherman's March becomes governor of a southern city directly effected by the destruction- and they have yet to learn of his involvement.


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  • Jeff Chandler in Drango (1957)
  • Ronald Howard and Julie London in Drango (1957)
  • Walter Sande in Drango (1957)
  • Jeff Chandler in Drango (1957)
  • Jeff Chandler and Julie London in Drango (1957)
  • Jeff Chandler in Drango (1957)

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29 June 2009 | ricpantale
6
| Interesting failure
John Lupton was a Union Captain not Confederate: I agree that no Blacks seemed odd in a story taking place in Georgia during reconstruction. Considering the movie was made in 1957, it did bring home some valid points. Bitterness and hatred exist to this very day...Black and white photography is excellent, but the film should have been made in Color. It looks too much like the hundreds of westerns that were on TV in 1957. Anyway it was a noble attempt and although it fails to arouse much excitement, it did in it's own quiet way show how the reconstructed period was very difficult. Anyway the movie should be reviewed as an interesting and erstwhile failure

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