Canyon Passage Movie Download

Canyon Passage YTS

Action / Drama / Music / Romance / Western
1 hr 32 min

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Plot Summary:
In 1850s Oregon, a businessman is torn between his love of two very different women and his loyalty to a compulsive gambler friend who goes over the line.
Jacques Tourneur
Top Cast
Virginia Patton as Liza Stone / Bartlett

Brian Donlevy as George Camrose

Lloyd Bridges as Johnny Steele

Hoagy Carmichael as Hi Linnet

Canyon Passage 1946 720p.BluRay

753.70 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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Canyon Passage 1946 1080p.BluRay

1.44 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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Canyon Passage review

Reviewed by Tweekums

7 / 10

A rather different early western
This film opens in Portland, Oregon in the 1850s; businessman Logan Stewart rides into town and withdraws some of his gold from storage; he runs a freight business and wants to expand; ultimately he hopes to bring the stage coach to the growing town. Somebody obviously knows he has gold on him as he is attacked in his room during the night; the assailant gets away but Logan has an idea who it could be; Honey Bragg; a man Logan suspects murdered a couple of miners a few days before. The next morning he leaves town with Lucy, the fiancée of his friend George. They are heading to Jacksonville where George runs the gold store… in effect the town bank. For some time after this nothing much happens; we see the townsfolk coming together to build a house for a couple of newly wed farmers; there is a tense but peaceful meeting with the local Indians and we learn that George likes to gamble rather more than he should. The action kicks off later when a man is murdered shortly after returning to town; George is the chief suspect as it is believed that he had been helping himself to peoples gold. Logan points out that the evidence is circumstantial and their ‘trial’ isn’t legal but it is clear that they intend to hang George at nightfall; when he sees a chance Logan helps his friend escape. Bragg meanwhile has killed again; this time an Indian woman… the rest of the tribe are now on the warpath and many people will die before peace returns to Jacksonville.

Given its age I had expected this film to be in black and white but it was in glorious Technicolor… just what the glorious Oregon setting required! The opening half of the film may have been fairly action free but it did a fine job of introducing us to the characters and giving us a glimpse in to the lives of people living far away from ‘civilisation’… they may have been in the United States but if something needed doing they had to do it themselves; that included defending themselves when things got dangerous. By the time the action started I had grown to care about the characters. The action when it came was more shocking than I’d expected; among those we see killed are women and children we have been introduced to earlier on. The characters aren’t all what one would expect in a western of this era; this is especially true of George who puts his gambling addiction ahead of his fiancée and is almost certainly guilty of the murder he was accused of. The acting was solid with Dana Andrews doing a good job as Logan and Brian Donlevy being equally good as his friend George. Director Jacques Tourneur did a fine job; perhaps it is because he was French rather than American that this feels so different from other westerns of that era I’ve seen. Overall I’d certainly recommend this to fans of the genre.Read More

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