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Stalking Moon, The
A scout in the old Southwest (Gregory Peck) undertakes to protect a white woman (Eva Marie Saint) and her half-breed son from the Apache warrior--the woman's captor-husband of 10 years--who wants them back. The scout is a man of estimable courage and resources (again, Gregory Peck), but the mostly unseen Apache is a veritable monster of determination, cunning, and bloodthirstiness: Peck and his two charges doom entire communities to extermination just by passing through the neighborhood. This fierce amalgam of Western and horror movie was the last of seven collaborations between director Robert Mulligan and producer Alan J. Pakula, of which To Kill a Mockingbird was the peak. The Stalking Moon isn't peak material, but it's a demonically effective palm-sweater, and fascinating as a prelude to Pakula's own breakout as director of the great paranoid trilogy Klute, The Parallax View, and All the President's Men. Robert Forster has an early role as a fellow, part-Indian scout. --Richard T. Jameson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you like westerns, this is a must for your DVD collection Reasonable price too. Not quite as good as a Clint Eastwood western
but very entertaining.
One of those under appreciated films and Gregory Peck is excellent in the western gendre.Published 12 months ago by Neil Fennell
As Gregory Peck is my favorite actor, I bought this movie, but it has very little action and it is quite slow and there is nothing exciting about the plot. Could do without it.Published on Dec 16 2012 by Mahmood Khan
Picked up this movie after it was mentioned in several top classic movie pics and now having seen, I agree. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2009 by Gillian
Warner Bros. presents "THE STALKING MOON" (25 December 1968) (109 mins/Colo) (Dolby digitally remastered) -- Our story line and plot, "The Stalking Moon", adapted from a novel by... Read morePublished on Sept. 21 2008 by J. Lovins
This film is a little slow, and we don't see the indian until near the end..but this makes it real..they could hide themselves so well. I liked the fight at the end...Published on March 5 2004 by Brian Gay