|RATON PASS (aka: CANYON PASS/ALONG THE SANTA FE TRAIL) (director: Edward L. Marin; screenwriters: novel by Tom W. Blackburn/Tom W. Blackburn/James R. Webb; cinematographer: Wilfrid M. Cline; editor: Tom Reilly; music: Max Steiner; cast: Basil Ruysdael (Pierre Challon ), Louis J. Heydt (Jim Pozner), James Burke (Hank), John Crawford (Sam), Dorothy Hart (Lena Casamajor), Roland Winters (Sheriff Perigord), Scott Forbes (Prentice), Dennis Morgan (Marc Challon), Patricia Neal (Ann), Steve Cochran (Cy Van Cleave); Runtime: 84; MPAA Rating: NR; producer: Saul Elkins; WB; 1951=b/w)|
|"Peppy oddball Western."
by Dennis Schwartz
It's based on the novel by Tom W. Blackburn, and is co-written by the author and James R. Webb. The B Western was shot in black and white. It's parting message is: "It's good to forgive, but better to forget."
REVIEWED ON 10/3/2016 GRADE: B -
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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