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In this rousing, action-packed post-Civil War
adventure, legendary Western hero Randolph Scott stars as Britt Canfield, the
eldest of four brothers who have seen their family's Virginia plantation stolen
by carpetbaggers. With no choice but to start over, Britt accepts a position to
help build the Yankee-funded Santa Fe railroad, where the straight-shooting
ex-Confederate takes on superstitious Indians, crooked gamblers, vengeful war
widows, and most dangerous of all, his three brothers, vicious Yankee haters
who'll stop at nothing to prevent the completion of the Santa Fe. Even if it
means killing their own brother.
The directorial career of Irving Pichel
(pronounced peekl) ran from the Cooper-and-Schoedsack specials The Most
Dangerous Game (1932) and She (1935) to a couple of religious productions in
1953-54; it peaked with the wartime dramas The Pied Piper (1942) and The Moon Is
Down (1943). Pichel also kept busy as a character actor (e.g., the towering
manservant Sandor in Dracula's Daughter). But his most indelible cinematic
contributions went uncredited: it is Pichel's carillon of a voice that narrates
the John Ford classics How Green Was My Valley (1941) and She Wore a Yellow
That voice is heard at the beginning of Pichel's own Santa Fe,
seeking to graft Ford-style allegory onto a formulaic tale of post-Civil War
animosities and railroad-building. Randolph Scott (hero of She 25 years earlier)
plays a former Confederate officer who, in a charmingly daft moment, lurches
onto a rolling flatcar while fleeing vindictive Union veterans and finds himself
recruited by the Santa Fe Railroad. His three brothers, refusing to "work for
Yankees," desert him and turn more or less accidental outlaws. Scott is supposed
to be torn between loyalty to his blood kin and loyalty to his employer (Warner
Anderson, later of TV's The Line-Up)--also his rival for the affections of the
war widow (Janis Carter) whose Union-officer husband was killed in a battle with
Scott's Rebs. But the script is piecemeal and the individual scenes flatfooted.
Sole exception: an out-of-the-blue fiddling contest (!) in a mountain pass,
which both exacerbates and helps resolve a desperate crisis for Scott. --Richard
Neat Santa Fe diesel at Illinois Railway
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engine with low head clearance.
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Christmas in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico
is full of enchantment, a rich cultural feast of Spanish, Anglo and Pueblo
traditions. Susan Topp Weber chronicles the best of what the region has to offer
during the long holiday season and combines them with intriguing stories and
Susan Topp Weber has participated in the many events of
Christmas in northern New Mexico for over forty years. She has owned and
operated Susan's Christmas Shop, just off the Plaza in Santa Fe, for more than
thirty years. She is frequently asked to lecture about New Mexico Christmas
A celebration of Santa Fe's unique holiday traditions.