DUEL AT DIABLO (Theatrical Release USA 1966)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.9|5.0 Starsììì

Duel at Diablo starts fairly well and finishes fairly well. The casting department chose the interesting mix of James Garner, Sidney Portier, and Dennis Weaver to portray the story. Dennis Weaver’s acting needed some tweaking for more believability. The movie did not really catch its western genre well perhaps due to the heavy involvement of its storyline with a strong female element.


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Storyline

Three stories intertwine to make this western about Apaches, the United States Army, scouts, and Indian wives come to life onscreen.


Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Ralph Nelson for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Fred Engel, Ralph Nelson, and James Garner for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: idney Poitier), Ellen Grange (Bibi Andersson), Willard Grange (Dennis Weaver), Lieutenant Scotty McAllister (Bill Travers), Sergeant Ferguson (William Redfield), Major Novac (John Hubbard), Colonel Foster (Ralph Nelson), Cpl. Harrington (Bill Hart), Chata (John Hoyt), Alchise (Eddie Little Sky), and Clay Dean (John Crawford).


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The film is easy entertainment that requires little mind expenditure to watch.

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