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El Dorado
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Directed By
Howard Hawks

John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, James Caan, Charlene Holt, Ed Asner, Arthur Hunnicutt, Christopher George, R.G. Armstrong, Jim Davis, Paul Fix, Johnny Crawford, Michele Carey

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El Dorado (1966)
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Movie Review by William
July 22nd, 2009

El Dorado is probably the best kinda-sorta sequel to Rio Bravo ever done. The story about two buddies, one a drunken sheriff(kinda familar, huh), and the other an old friend who later becomes his deputy, tries to fight off a group of hired guns led by a guy named of Jason( played by Ed Asner). John Wayne, who plays Cole Thorton, mistakingly kills a boy who is a member of a family who is haunted by the same hired guns. Robert Mitchum plays the drunken sheriff who in the beginning of the film is just like an ordinary person that we all know. James Caan plays Missisippi(his real name is really), a guy who joins Wayne to help fight off the hired gunmen and help the sheriff to get soberd up. This movie has a lot of action, humor, and drama that I think everyone will enjoy to watch again and again!

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