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Santa Fe Trail (1940)

Santa Fe Trail is a movie starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and Raymond Massey. In 1854, Jeb Stuart, George Custer and other graduates from West Point are posted to Kansas to help pacify the territory before railroad...

IMDB: 6.31 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Biography
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.33G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 110
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 27 / 30

The Synopsis for Santa Fe Trail (1940) 720p

The story of Jeb Stuart, his romance with Kit Carson Holliday, friendship with George Custer and battles against John Brown in the days leading up to the outbreak of the American Civil War.


The Director and Players for Santa Fe Trail (1940) 720p

[Director]Michael Curtiz
[Role:]Ronald Reagan
[Role:]Errol Flynn
[Role:]Raymond Massey
[Role:]Olivia de Havilland


The Reviews for Santa Fe Trail (1940) 720p


Politically Correct Prigs Notwithstanding, a Brilliant Look at FanaticismReviewed byjacksflicksVote: 8/10

When you look into the face of Raymond Massey's riveting John Brown, you are looking into the face of Osama bin Laden; when you watch his band of murderous abolitionists, you are watching bin Laden's al Qaeda. Look at a photo of bin Laden while you watch Massey here - the resemblance is spooky!

The righteous indignation of other reviewers at the "pro-slavery" bias of the movie misses the point. "Santa Fe Trail" is about fanaticism, not slavery. It's easy to preach to the choir, to put the fanatic on the "wrong" side. It's far more useful to put the fanatic on the side of right, as is done in "Santa Fe Trail". The evil depicted here is not the easy evil of slavery, but the more problematic evil of fanaticism.

The user score for this movie is due to the Political Correctness Brigade, who can't get past their sanctimony, to pay attention to the story and think rather than react. And by the way, Ronald Reagan (and I'm a Democrat) was a fine actor and did a good job in "Santa Fe Trail," as did the rest of the cast.

The most dangerous - and obnoxious - people are those convinced of their own virtue, be they Northern abolitionists, Southern racists, Muslim militants...or adolescents masquerading as movie critics.

Great Late-night ViewingReviewed bywsuddockVote: 8/10

Buckner wrote a "puff piece" story. I'm pretty sure neither the writer, producers, studio, etc. intended any historical accuracy. This is just pure, enjoyable entertainment design to entertain, draw an audience, and make some money.

Massy is a grand "nutso." The rest of the cast give workman-like efforts.

A great late-night movie when stumbled across on the TV.

Rousing Pre-Civil War ActionerReviewed bybsmith5552Vote: 6/10

"Santa Fe Trail" takes place in the 1850s as the America moved toward Civil War. It's mainly about the activities of self-proclaimed slave abolitionist John Brown and his efforts to provoke a war between the North and South.

The film begins in 1854 at West Point where a number of historical figures who would play prominent roles in the Civil War, are about to graduate. Leading the pack are JEB Stuart (Errol Flynn) and George Armstrong Custer (Ronald Reagan). Robert E. Lee (Moroni Olsen) is the Commandant of West Point and Jefferson Davis (Erville Anders) is the Minister of War. John Brown (Raymond Massey) is conducting bloody raids all over Kansas and has placed an operative, Rader (Van Heflin) within West Point. Stuart and Custer meanwhile, foil Rader and are competing for the affections of Kit Carson Holliday (Olivia de Havilland) the daughter of railroad magnate Cyrus K. Holliday (Henry O'Neill) who hopes to extend the railroad to New Mexico along, you guessed it, the Santa Fe Trail.

There is some very good action sequences ably directed by Michael Curtiz. Future Cvil War adversaries fight side by side against Brown and his followers but are coming to realize that the issue of slavery will not die with Brown.

Raymond Massey steals the acting honors as Brown the slightly mad but dedicated revolutionary. Flynn, Reagan and DeHavilland form the usual love triangle that always seemed to be a staple of the Warner Bros. westerns of the period. Alan Hale and Guinn Williams are along to provide the comedy relief. Heflin in an early role, is also excellent as Rader who seems to have his own agenda.

Also in the cast mostly unbilled, are Alan Baxter, Joseph Sawyer and for "B" movie fans, Charles Middleton, Trevor Bardette, Lane Chandler, Lafe McKee and Roy Barcroft (if you blink you'll miss him).

There's plenty of action and romance to keep the die-hard western fan happy. One of the better Warner Bros. "A" westerns of the period.

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