The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid1972
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972)
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as Cole Younger
as Jesse James
as Jim Younger
as Clell Miller
as Frank James
as Bob Younger
as Charley Pitts
as Jefferson Jones
as Singing whore
as Henry Wheeler
as Doll Woman
as Old Granny Woman
as Chief detective
as Clell's wife
as Nude Girl
as Old Timer
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Critic Reviews for The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
For all its flaws, The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid is the kind of first movie so rich in texture and invention that we can look forward to a lot more from Philip Kaufman.
A lovely, odd sort of middle Western. That is, it's neither conventional Western fiction nor completely documented fact, although it makes full use of history and is as crammed with the artifacts of 19th-century America.
[The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid] may be a valiant attempt but fails to come off.
Interesting for its demonstration of how exploitative capitalism leads simple-minded farmers' boys into outlawry, though somewhat marred by Duvall's manic interpretation of the role of Jesse James.
Kaufman presents his material with a comedic breeziness at considerable odds with its grim, grimy visual aesthetic.
Audience Reviews for The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
More of a historical western then a western movie.It wasn't all that bad but there were certain parts that were plain boring & I just wanted to hit the fast forward button.After reading the description, I was expecting it to be an awesome movie but it was just OK
Robertson is a thinker and a dreamer, and Duval is a psychopath, who wants to keep on the Civil War to keep on killing; the film is unique for those two performances and the uncommented on psychedelic visions, which make science-enthusiast Cole Younger an unreligious prophet besides a decent man
An authentic and grungy western outlaw life is portrayed. There's little glamour here. It shows what drove the men to do what they did. It shows what a crazy guy Jesse James (Robert Duvall) was. The leader Cole Younger (Cliff Robertson) was a fun but reckless individual. They bring a few other oddball characters with them in their robberies. Some strange scenes are thrown in, which show the men enjoying a bathhouse, a trippy near-death scene, a whorehouse, and a muddy baseball game. Throughout the film, they earn their own misfortune. The ending was wacky with the posse parading the outlaws in a cage with calliope. It needs a DVD now!
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