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The picture is fascinating as an attempt to adjust and update the Duke as all-American icon. Rancher George Washington McLintock owns most of the town that bears his name, but James Edward Grant's screenplay is at didactic pains to establish the benevolence and socio-political enlightenment of his reign. G.W.'s former Indian foes have become his pals, he enjoys nothing so much as playing chess with his Jewish merchant buddy (Jack Kruschen), and he's tolerant--as his fellow landowners are not--of the homesteaders crowding into the territory. In what now seems like prescience about where things were headed in the 1960s, he even does his best to achieve rapport with (gasp!) impatient youth.
McLintock! was the first movie produced by eldest son Michael Wayne, and the first major assignment for director Andrew V. McLaglen (son of Quiet Man costar Victor). It steals like a bandit from a host of much better movies, but the Duke's great good humor and professionalism redoubtably anchor the proceedings. --Richard T. Jameson
Terrible. The picture quality was blurry, and I threw it out in disgust!!!Published 4 months ago by ramjet
This Blu-ray release by Olive Films is very poor! I was looking forward to Mclintock on Blu-ray, as this is one of my favorite movies,only to discover that my collector's edition... Read morePublished 8 months ago by don c.
the movie was good, but the picture wasn't clear at times, seemed like it was a used one, not happyPublished 11 months ago by Trudy Wilson
This is a repeat purchase made some years after an original non Blu-ray dvd was purchased. The original was of very bad picture quality and faded and skipped at various times... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chris White
I purchased this item with hesitation after reading all of the reviews about it's poor quality (and I've seen some poor quality John Wayne movies) but noticed 1 review stating that... Read morePublished 13 months ago by filmtempest