Walk Like a Dragon (1960)

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California, 1870s. The cowboy Lincoln 'Linc' Bartlett finds out there's a slave auction of Chinese women in San Francisco and he intervenes and purchases the Chinese Kim Sung from the ... See full summary »


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23 August 2017 | krocheav
| Walk Like A Dragon Presents a Challenging Theme in a New Land.
Multi talented Australian writer/director James Clavel, for his second Hollywood feature, picked an interesting historical situation and fascinating hand picked international cast to bring his story to life. His characters are rich and varied and well defined, mixing a multinational group of people brought together in the developing days of the west.

It's been said Mr. Clavel had difficulty deciding on the right way to finish, so shot two alternate endings and at one stage both ran simultaneously in two Cinemas. The ending presented on TCM was regarded as the strongest and was adopted for the subsequent world market release. Award Winner Loyal Griggs (Shane) provides the fine B/W photography with Paul Dunlap's lovely music score blending perfectly. It's a thoughtful look at a young nation in its formative years and makes for a better than average mild budget western.

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