The Rare Breed (1966)

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    There are 46 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Tbone.

    • Re: Maureen O' Hara- The Rare Breed

      I like the film myself, mainly for Stewart, O'Hara, Ben Johnson, Harry Carey, and good old Jack Elam-great as the bad guy. I thought the action scenes were well done, and enjoy the first half much more than the 2nd. Once Keith comes into the picture (usually good, but I felt he was WAAYYYY over the top), the film bogs down. I still watch it whenever it it on tho.
    • Re: Maureen O' Hara- The Rare Breed (1966)

      :wink_smile:

      March 1965, James Stewart call Maureen for turn with him in this film, which makes her very happy. But Jimmy jealously control all the scenes ... Juliet Mills made ​​her screen debut, and Brian Keith managed a remarkable performance in a character part unrecognizable. Despite this, the film was not up to the expectations ...

      Nothing to say, it's a film just okay. A little long, yes, but with comical scenes that help to have a good time to relax ...

      A short video

      and Original trailer

      Tell me if you have problems to read

      Unconditional's Maureen O'Hara !
      French-English translation: poor !!!
      :blush:

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    • Re: Maureen O' Hara- The Rare Breed (1966)

      :wink_smile:

      The scene of the jump being dangerous, it is likely that stuntmen have taken the place of the actors because we do not recognize Maureen ...

      Unconditional's Maureen O'Hara !
      French-English translation: poor !!!
      :blush:
    • Re: Maureen O' Hara- The Rare Breed (1966)

      Always liked the film, and thanks for the great pics! The only thing I dind't like was Keith's accent. It completely took me out of the film every time he spoke-seemed WAYYYYY over done. I would have prefered him without it.
    • Re: Maureen O' Hara- The Rare Breed (1966)

      alamo221 wrote:

      Always liked the film, and thanks for the great pics! The only thing I dind't like was Keith's accent. It completely took me out of the film every time he spoke-seemed WAYYYYY over done. I would have prefered him without it.

      I agree, but then I never like him as an 'actor' anyway!
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England