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Description: Around the movie hang fascinating questions about border politics, which I’ll touch on in an introduction before the screening. One of Eugene Buck’s motivations for making the movie may have been his rough cross-examination during his kidnappers’ first trials, in October 1913, when defense attorneys cast him as a confused and unreliable witness vs idealistic freedom fighters. On movie he should reproduce the pursuit, the shootouts, his kidnapping, and his friend’s murder just as he had testified. Reenacting the crime on movie may have been the greatest revenge—and a method to honor the sacrifice of Deputy Ortiz, a twenty-year police veteran and, for the era, a rare Mexican American lawman.
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Shoot Out is directed by Henry Hathaway and adapted to the screen by Marguerite Roberts from the novel The Lone Cowboy by Will James. It stars Gregory Peck, Patricia Quinn, Robert F. Lyons, Susan Tyrrell and Dawn Lyn. Melody is by Dave Grusin and cinematography by Earl Rath. Plot has Peck testing Clay Lomax, who is out of prison after 7 years and seeking revenge on the partner who shot him in the back during a robbery. But Lomax later finds he has company in the young kid form of Decky Ortega (Lyn), who has been sent to him by his one time lover Teresa, sadly actually deceased.Just do your tiny chore, punk.It took a whack from critics of the day, and even actually it only seems to have a handful of fanatics prepared to stand up and tell they play it very much. Shoot Out is not a nice film, well now the zone work is certainly great, but it is a very rich and warm Western. The issues are difficult to argue against, Peck is not adept at testing a vengeful bastard in his soon years, the villains are of the near cackling pantomime kind, and a number of cheap cash saving strategies are employed by an on the wane Hathaway. Yet the action hits the right notes, Peck's unfolding relationship with the adorable Lyn is heart warming, and the elder female characters-put upon prostitute desperately seeking a method out (Tyrrell)/plain Jane homemaker who drinks to forget her unfulfilled lot (Quinn)-are afforded intelligence in the writing. While some of the zone photography, in Technicolor, is superb as Earl Rath gets perfect value out of the Fresh Mexico and California landscapes. And hey! There's even a cameo by the everytime nice Arthur Hunnicutt.I'm giving it a generous 7/10 because it's not deserving of the scorn poured on it elsewhere. If only for the central father/daughter relationship, the scenery and a neat flip-flop pay back scenario, this is suggested to Peck and Western fans. Just don't expect Real Grit like some apparently did!
I watched this as part of a cheap DVD set I purchased at the supermarket for $6.99. It also included an Audie Murphy film, a Dale Robertson movie and a Guy Madison film. All were westerns from the late 40's to early 70's. I really liked Shoot Out. I think that comparing it to Real Grit because of some commonalities of cast/crew/producer and ( vaguely) theme is unfair. The relationship between John Wayne and Kim Darby was very various than the growing affection and dependence between Dawn Lyn's delicious Decky and Peck's tough but tender Clay. The method Peck and Lyn become father and daughter whether they now were or not is touching. I like the method the tiny woman is very self-sufficient at one moment and type of lost the next. And she seemed like a child in many methods too; not a miniature adult. In addition, Robert F. Lyons was terrific as the psycho villain. He was cocky, stupid, pathetic, cruel, greedy and just mean. The ending where the tables are turned on him is brilliant and inventive and probably not what viewers expected. I also like Peck's final line after the final " shoot out" - " Fetch the law" Funny and brilliant.
Lots of action but the same old plot of good, but not too nice vs bad, cute bad. No gratuitous sex and violence in the old style with no gore. Interesting storyline line of old grudges and the fresh breed of cowboys learning lessons from the older guys. Gregory Peck is outstanding and out shines the rest of the cast but the bartender, Trooper, does his own shining. Bobby J is the meanest of the bunch but Sam Foley has his own secrets and he does an perfect job. This is one of those you play seeing each several months. This is a tough guy film about tough guys but one with a heart. It does have a several unexpected turns and twist, especially the kid, and there are few turn of happenings that hold it interesting with out all the technical tricks of todays fare of flicks.
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