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Streets of Laredo

Streets of Laredo

Leslie Fenton (1949)

92min
U Certificate
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Review

Our Score
This is an inferior remake of King Vidor's splendid 1936 western The Texas Rangers, in which three outlaw pals go their separate ways, with two becoming lawmen and ending up chasing the third. Nevertheless, there is a fine star-making performance from a deceptively casual William Holden, whose burgeoning screen presence demands attention, especially when dull co-star Macdonald Carey is on screen. The stunning Technicolor photography is by Ray Rennahan, an Oscar winner for Blood and Sand and Gone with the Wind.

Summary

Three bandits go their separate ways and, while two decide to turn over a new leaf and become Texas Rangers, the third stays firmly on the opposite side of the law. Western, starring William Holden. William Bendix, Macdonald Carey and Mona Freeman.

Cast & Crew

Jim Dawkins William Holden (2)
Lorn Reming Macdonald Carey
Rannie Carter Mona Freeman
Wahoo Jones William Bendix
Major Bailey Stanley Ridges
Charley Calico Alfonso Bedoya
Cantrel Ray Teal
Pop Lint Clem Bevans
Ike James Bell
Pipes Dick Foote
Francisco Joe Dominguez
Director Leslie Fenton
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Paramount Film Service Ltd Guidance: Edited for language and violence.

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