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Blu-ray Review - Young Billy Young


Robert Mitchum wasn't necessarily feeling the grandeur of Hollywood while shooting "Young Billy Young," participating in a straightforward western that wasn't exactly going to challenge his dramatic abilities. Reportedly, Mitchum was ready to retire after the feature's release, only to be coaxed back into the limelight with the 1970 David Lean epic, "Ryan's Daughter." While it's true that "Young Billy Young" isn't inventive cinema, it remains quite engaging, thanks in no small part to Mitchum's steely lead performance and nimble way with the effort's chewy dialogue. He's great in a picture that needs his help, carrying the cowboy way for yet another Wild West adventure, with this round of revenge boosted by some credible motivation. Read the rest at


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