Breakheart Pass (1975)

PG   |    |  Mystery, Western


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John Deakin is being transported, as a prisoner, on a train with supplies and medicine to Fort Humboldt, Nevada.

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31 July 2008 | legendaryunderdog
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| Good performances by Bronson, Lauter and Crenna
Breakheart Pass is a good, mystery western with an appeal relative to the 1985 movie "Clue" (except there isn't three or four different endings like there was in Clue). This movie makes you keep guessing who the culprit is and the action nor suspense ever let up at all. Some very interesting death sequences for a western, a train wreck scene that is almost impossible to believe it when you see it! Bronson's real life wife Jill Ireland plays one of her better roles in this film. Richard Crenna does a remarkable job portraying the character of Governor Fairchild. Ed Lauter portrays a command chief (Seargeant, Colonel???) for his army that is supposedly stranded out west in the middle of a diphtheria epidemic that is raging like wildfire. Bronson as usual is his in character stoic self playing his character with cool and calm ease as John Deakin, a supposed assassin and robber with a criminal history but hey wait! that's not all folks...

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