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Blu-ray Review - Sunset in the West


1950's "Sunset in the West" isn't out to reinvent the western for an oversaturated marketplace. It's content to serve up yet another round of black hats and white hats doing battle in a growing America, filling the brief run time (67 minutes) with enough gunfights, chases, songs, comedy, and horses to satisfy audiences. Thankfully, director William Witney isn't troubled by sameness, giving "Sunset in the West" a rollicking sprit to stave away the stasis of formula, urging star Roy Rogers to play to his strengths of everyman charms, combating the western filmmaking machine with engaging stunt work and comfort food conflicts, always putting entertainment needs first.  Read the rest at


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