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||IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 from votes
||Release: 26 December 1947 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Western
||Director: Jules Furthman,
||Stars: Gene Rizzi, Jack Buetel, Jane Russell, Joe Sawyer, Mimi Aguglia, Thomas Mitchell, Walter Huston
||Synopsis: Newly appointed sheriff Pat Garrett is pleased when his old friend Doc Holliday arrives in Lincoln, New Mexico on the stage. Doc is trailing his stolen horse, and it is discovered in the possession of Billy the Kid. In a surprising turnaround, Billy and Doc become friends. This causes the friendship between Doc and Pat to cool. The odd relationship between Doc and Billy grows stranger when Doc hides Billy at his girl, Rio's, place after Billy is shot. She falls for Billy, although he treats her very badly. Interaction between these four is played out against an Indian attack before a final showdown reduces the group's number. Written by Ron Kerrigan <[email protected]>
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Not too many movies create myths.
Anyone who read Harold Robbins', "The Carpetbaggers", (some 40 years
ago) which in turn spawned "Nevada Smith", gets a superbly
fictionalized accounting of Howard Hughes. Such fiction prefixes
reality. It took a great number of years before I finally saw "The
Outlaw" - an eagerly awaited event.
I've attempted to view the AMC-aired movie some three times - but got
so antsy that I abandoned it. Few movies of this caliber have been so
uneven. And yet it endures. Vintage alone gives the film status.
There's nothing wrong with anecdotal (vignette) - points-of-view
movies, but in "The Outlaw", it was like watching one of those
lumbering, exasperating silent films: where the actors stand across
from each other, and each speaks their lines as if orchestrated by an
off-stage conductor. Spontaneity is not this movie's long suit.
The actors: Jack Beutel is one of the most beautiful men to ever stand
before a camera. His eyes are smoldering, his gaze laconic, his smile
cheeky one moment and sensuous the next. Walter Huston is a young man
in a middle-aged body; Thomas Mitchell (Scarlet's daddy in 'Gone With
the Wind') is shifty, Irish, as conniving as Wally Beery, sniveling and
crafty. And then there's the statuesque Jane Russell. Robbins gave us
the intimate details of the suspension bridge-designed brassier - and
Jane herself speaks of how she finally pulled the damn thing off and
lined her breasts with a few Kleenex. She is as luscious as a near-nude
Barbie doll, she is 19 years old, her lips inspire poetry - yet her
voice is as monotonous as the Valley-inspired Val-speak of 25 years
I wouldn't hazard to guess Howard Hughes' emotional consistency in the
movie, however something went hellishly wrong. Someone fell on his face
when it came to editing and scoring. Take the music, for example. It's
Scoring 101, embarrassingly manipulative, often overriding the dialogue
and ranging from 'Pathetique' to 'The Lone Prairie' mélange.
And then there's the acting: the Mexican senora rolls her eyes with all
the panache of a 1940-Mexican B-movie bit actress. There is no
spontaneity; she delivers her lines badly and with burning
self-consciousness. And when Huston shoots Beutel in the hand, the
latter doesn't even flinch; ditto, when he pierces both his ears with
bullets. Staggering disbelief.
As to the scene where Jane Russell falls for Jack Beutel and kisses
him, it's like watching two trains headed straight for each other.
Overblown, top-heavy, agonizingly overreaching...it nonetheless has the
sexual potency of an orgasm. The music, the god-awful Close-CLOse-CLOSE
UP of Jane's lips bearing down on the half-delirious Beutel. Wow, what
power! The men watching this film back in (ca) 1940 must have had to
cover their laps.
I leave it to those with a sense of adventure to debate the movie's
homoeroticism. There's no such implications from Beutel toward the two
The movie, finally, has to be taken for the time in which it was made.
The cinematography is as splendid as if it were turned 10 years ago. It
is impossibly uneven, anecdotal, horrifyingly edited, pathetically
scored, wretchedly acted...yet the actors are painful in their beauty.
Many of the IMDb comments suggest that the film wants watching several
times. I second that. It can be slow, cantankerous, giddy, sullen - but
Jane's and Jack's beauty are undeniable, Walter is everybody's favorite
grandfather. Toland can be thanked for giving us the movie's clarity.
--And Howard... Howard was just having fun.
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, Jack Buetel
, Jane Russell
, Joe Sawyer
, Mimi Aguglia
, Thomas Mitchell
, Walter Huston
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