Dead Man's Walk (TV Mini-Series 1996)

TV Mini-Series   |  PG-13   |    |  Western


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In this prequel to "Lonesome Dove", two young men join the Texas Rangers unit that's on a mission to annex Santa Fe.


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  • David Arquette and Jonny Lee Miller in Dead Man's Walk (1996)
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  • Jonny Lee Miller in Dead Man's Walk (1996)
  • Keith Carradine and Harry Dean Stanton in Dead Man's Walk (1996)
  • Dead Man's Walk (1996)
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26 August 2007 | spencerthetracy
7
| Keith Carradine was Simply Terrific
I've watched this movie about 4 times, and really enjoyed the personifications of these historic characters (albeit apocryphal).

Johnny Lee Miller and David Arquette are very convincing as Gus and Woodrow. The most memorable performance is easily that of Keith Carradine. He portrayed Bigfoot Wallace, a larger than life frontiersman, who actually outlived the firing squad at Saltillo, in a clever, poetic and humorous way. The only downer of the movie, is the same with any and all Larry McMurthy films: they're depressing as hell! Death, tragedy and sufferin'! And as with all of his films, the conquering will of the human spirit shines through. A fine example of a Western film.

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