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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Movie Review: ***^Conagher (1991)
This is a made for TV movie based on a Louis L'Amour novel. This film centers around two people, a widowed frontier woman (Katharine Rice) with two children, who lives on the edge of society, in Indian territory. This lead to a confrontation. At first, her home is used as a stage station, until the station moves. Conagher (Sam Elliott) is the other character. He is an honest cow hand, but faces many cattle rustlers and other outlaws who want to get ahead off of the efforts of someone else. His loyalty to his boss leads to several interesting situations. They are both lonely. The widow writes poetry, and places them on sage brush to ride the wind. She has to talk to someone. They both live in separate worlds, and the question is if they will ever get together; will the even survive?