Although this western feature has much big name talent, it however fails in quality. The plot is thin.There is too much unnecessary violence. Direction is poor.
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The Deadly Trackers (1973)
Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick is a pacifist. Frank Brand is the leader of a band of killers. When their paths cross Kilpatrick is compelled to go against everything he has stood for to bring ...
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Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick is a pacifist. Frank Brand is the leader of a band of killers. When their paths cross Kilpatrick is compelled to go against everything he has stood for to bring death to Brand and his gang. Through his hunt into Mexico he is challenged by a noble Mexican Sheriff interested only in carrying out the law - not vengeance.
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poor westernReviewed byKen-79Vote: 4/10
An opening scene is one that will make the anti-gun group proud. Thesheriff (a sober Richard Harris) explains that guns beget guns, etc.But when a group of super-nasties kill his school marm wife, and youngson, it's a whole different story.
It's vengeance time and the next hour or so has to do with the sheriffon a one-man quest to find the head baddie (Rod Taylor relishing therole) and the chase takes us into Mexico and a small village where,usually, nothing much happens.
What happens in this flick is brutality piled on brutality, andviolence up the ying-yang. Look at someone cross-eyed and you've had itmister.
There is the requisite prostitute with the requisite heart of gold and,by the way, some of the best acting comes from her little girl who wasfathered by Taylor. She really looks scared --- well, you know thephrase.
So, the story is standard stuff, but it will hold your attention. Thescenery is neat, the 'borrowed' music is neat and, for you lovers ofviolence, this is heaven on film although, to be honest, it is not asgross as you may have expected, since the films of Fuller are 'full-er'violence.
The moral to the story? Revenge is not always sweet. Would the LoneRanger have done it this way?
Peace-loving Irish sheriff in a small town on the Texas-Mexico border single-handedly goes after a pack of scurrilous bank robbers whose leader is responsible for the death of the sheriff's wife and child. The western genre of late-'60s/early-'70s cinema took a sour turn once the production code was abolished and the ratings system established, allowing films to push the boundaries of their violence and language. By the time "The Deadly Trackers" has dispensed with its godawful credits sequence (which is nothing more than dialogue from the film dubbed over grainy stills from the shoot), we've already heard enough expletives and racial slurs than any number of films from John Wayne's heyday. Two of the picture's principle sequences involve holding loaded guns to the heads of children, while the talents of Richard Harris and Rod Taylor are thoroughly trashed. Buffs may find some tension here, but the direction (by Barry Shear, filling in for the fired Samuel Fuller) is weak, and the production is depressingly cheapjack. A foul-mouthed, mercilessly elongated bore. * from ****