Alvarez Kelly (1966)

Release Date: 01 October 2001 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Renegade adventurer and cattle driver Alvarez Kelly, hired to drive a herd of cattle from New Mexico to Virginia, finds himself stuck between a rock and hard place as his journey takes him into the midst of the battling Northern and Southern armies in the American Civil War.

With no loyalties to either side, Kelly is the ideal man for this cattle drive until he is captured by Confederate Colonel Tom Rossiter and forcefully persuaded to change his route, taking the cattle south in order to feed the famished Confederates. With attacks from the Union Army ever threatening, Kelly soon finds not only his cattle, but also his very life in dire jeopardy.


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Region 2
Running Time: 105 minutes
Production Year: 1966
Main Language: English
Release Date: 01 October 2001
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Product Reviews

Interesting western yarn of a cattleman caught up in the war

Widmark and Holden are well cast as the strong willed protaganists who tread a fine line of friend or foe when Holden declares himself neutral. Intelligent dialogue lifts this above the run of the mill of this period.

Catalogue No: CDR10090