Red Canyon 1949 Ann Blyth Western
Stars: Ann Blyth, Howard Duff, George Brent
Red Canyon is a western build around breeding, catching, and also a bit of stealing horses. A young girl (Ann Blyth) set out to tame a wild horse so she can enter him in a race. Nothing too deep but quite entertaining.
There is some beautiful horses in Red Canyon not to forget the wild stallion Black Velvet. And for those more interested in looking at the fair gender Ann Blythe looks great and is not just playing the usual spoiled rich mans daughter. She is someone that actually has useful skills with horses. The romance in the movie never takes over the movie nor gets too mushy but just adds a little spice.
Zane Grey gets the full Technicolor treatment, with Howard Duff trying to catch and train the greatest mustang ever, but requiring Edgar Buchanan and top-billed Ann Blyth. She’s a tomboy, from the top of her perfect hair, to her sculpted eyebrows, red painted lips and ivory skin. Duff may be the man who catches Black Velvet, but it’s Miss Blyth’s mysterious power over horses that gets the animal trained.
Product Information for Red Canyon
- Director: George Sherman
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co.: Universal International
- Run time: 82 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Color: (Technicolor)
Sample Video From Red Canyon
This movie arrives on a professional grade DVD-R disc placed in a slim jewel case. The cover art is exactly as shown in the image.
You may also enjoy Copper Canyon, a Ray Milland Western.
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