An aging gunfighter's chance meeting with an old friend, an alcoholic sheriff, convinces him to lend his hand to local farmers' ongoing battle with an evil land baron.
John Wayne and Robert Mitchum take on a corrupt cattle baron in Howard Hawks' El Dorado (1967).
Sheriff J.P. Harrah (Robert Mitchum) checks in with his old friend Cole Thornton (John Wayne), a big laugh for saloon-keeper Maudie (Charlene Holt), early in Howard Hawks' El Dorado, 1967.
Bull (Arthur Hunnicutt), Thornton (John Wayne) and Mississippi (James Caan) observe the effects of an anti-drinking formula they've given to Sheriff J.P. Harrah (Robert Mitchum) in Howard Hawks' El Dorado, 1967.
Opening credits from director Howard Hawks' El Dorado (1967) starring Robert Mitchum and John Wayne.
El Dorado -- Clip: Now you're deputies
El Dorado -- Clip: Well I owe him one
El Dorado -- Robert Mitchum plays to perfection an alcoholic but gutsy sheriff who relentlessly battles the dark side of the wild West, ruthless cattle barons and crooked 'businessmen.' The Duke gives an equally adept performance as the sheriff's old friend who knows his way around a gunfight.
El Dorado -- Clip: How's that
El Dorado -- Clip: That's right
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