Rio Bravo Movie Review 1959

Information and Film Reviews for Rio Bravo the Movie

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John T. Chance (Wayne) is the sheriff of a Texas border town who takes murderer Joe (Akins) into custody. Since Joe is the brother of powerful local cattle baron Nathan Burdette (Russell), the sheriff faces a blockade of gunmen hired to keep his prisoner from being brought to justice. Chance has to make do with the help of a cripple (Brennan), a drunk (Martin), and a hot-headed kid (Nelson). Long, but continually entertaining film that didn't impress critics at the time but its reputation has improved over the years. Hawks and Wayne basically remade this one with "El Dorado."

Distribution

Time-Life Video and Television, 1450 Palmyra Ave., Richmond, VA 23227-4420, Phone: (804)266-6330, Toll-free: 800-950-7887, Fax: (757)427-7905

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 140 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Westerns, Director/Star Teams: Hawks & Wayne, Gunslingers, On the Rocks, Small-Town Sheriffs, Brothers & Sisters
Screenplay
Leigh Brackett, Jules Furthman
Cast
John Wayne, Dean Martin, Angie Dickinson, Ricky Nelson, Walter Brennan, Ward Bond, Claude Akins, Bob Steele, John Russell, Harry Carey, Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez
Cinematography
Russell Harlan
Director
Howard Hawks
Music
Dimitri Tiomkin
Producer
Armada Productions

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