Sunday Seconds with the Duke

El Dorado (1967)

Episode #22

Paramount Pictures released El Dorado on June 12, 1967. Howard Hawks directed the film starring John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, and James Caan.

‘El Dorado’ Movie Summary

Cole Thornton is a gunslinger for hire. One day, he rides into the dusty town of El Dorado to work for a ruthless landowner named Bart Jason. Jason’s in bit of a dispute with Kevin MacDonald whose family holds the area’s water rights. The town’s Sheriff, J.P. Harrah, is Thorton’s old friend, but his alcoholism has rendered him unable to help anyone including himself. Now it’s up to Thornton and his trusty sidekick, Mississippi, to sober Harrah up in time to stop Jason and his evil minions.

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Paramount Pictures released El Dorado on June 12, 1967. Howard Hawks directed the film starring John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, and James Caan.

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3 Comments

    1. Lori was on vacation, so we brought Chad on who has been wanting to do an episode.

      I like to ass the movie’s opening theme if it’s good instead of the The God Bless John Wayne song. We have left it off a few episodes.

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