Jill McBain travels to the wild frontier; Utah – where she and her new husband planned to settle down. Upon arrival, she finds him and his children dead. There’s a lot of land, and potential, but there’s those who want to take it – at any cost. Even if it means killing a man and his kids.
Simply put, this movie is the most visually stimulating and engrossing movie I have ever watched.
I have seen plenty of great movies in my in my fifty years of life, but this one, is in my opinion more than a movie, it’s a piece of history unfolding in front of your eyes with no censorship or BS added for flavor. True, the movie has been chopped up some for TV and other forms of presentation, but when I was in that theater in 1969, the movie was, to use a semi modern term “AWESOME”.
No one, not even if you dislike westerns, should pass on this one.