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The movie is fascinating as the personalities divide up amongst their social classes with Wayne's great line after several patrons move away from Dallas, Wayne thinks he is the reason as he utters "I guess you can't break out of prison and into society in the same week".Great tension as the stagecoach moves further into Indian territory as they become more isolated as they constantly just miss the protective army.Those that have the appearance of strength perhaps due to position or wealth are tested under stress and those that appear weak or labeled bad have great fortitude, which shows that one cannot judge someone by what they have or who they appear to be.If you love Westerns, John Wayne and John Ford, this movie should be on your must see list.
The big question, will the cavalry get there in time.
John Carradine, in his best Simon Legree attire, actually plays a good guy..post-Civil War southern gentleman who turns to gambling to make a living, but is still a gentleman at heart.
And look for Donald Meek, who's name defines his character..most of the characters he played.
Old Doc Boone played by one of the greatest character actors of the period Thomas Mitchell, an alcoholic orator banned from the town.
The beautiful Dallas, a good woman who is either a saloon girl or more obvious, a lady of the evening, forced into those labors purely due to economic hardship.