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ee03413ba2 A man who has lost everything joins others paid to convey a wealthy man's wife - and a mysterious treasure - to safety in San Francisco.
19th Century figure Joaquin Murietta is a formerly wealthy and respected California landowner. However, he has lost his land, his wife, and everything else he held dear. Embittered and questioning his previous faith in God and man, he joins a disparate group of men hired to convey a wealthy man's wife away from the bandit-ridden countryside to safety in San Francisco. Murietta discovers that the convoy is also carrying a treasure of great material and religious value. He finds himself challenged to decide what he believes, and what he should do, in the face of threats to himself, to the convoy, and to the people of southern California.
Sunday is my Western day and I selected this one out of a collection pack of 20 movies. It starts off fast and interesting but after 5 minutes with the introduction of the rest of the players, it suddenly stalls with some weak acting.<br/><br/>Once the mission is assigned, however, it again picks up some speed which it is able to decently maintain through the rest of the movie. High points are that there are strong characters here and there, the villain is decent, and supporting characters, such as the friars, are believable.<br/><br/>There are weak points, though, as well such some major characters not being believable at all and some come close to being comic relief. This movie, further, doesn&#39;t have the energy that could enable one to become lost in its world for 90 minutes or so. The movie is not capable of taking the watcher out of the audience, so they can only watch and listen. The obvious breaks for commercials are distracting although they do provide an exit for awkward moments.<br/><br/>It was worth a look once, but I have many more Westerns to see before I&#39;ll bother to return to this one.
Released theatrically in Mexico in 1969 (and on TV in America in 1971) and directed by Earl Bellamy, &quot;The Desperate Mission&quot; is an American Western released to TV starring Ricardo Montalban as Joaquin Murrieta, the real-life &#39;Mexican Robin Hood&#39; who was the inspiration for Johnston McCulley&#39;s Zorro. The movie focuses on Murrieta just after losing his land, his wife and everything else. Disillusioned, he joins a dubious band of Americans hired by a wealthy man (Anthony Caruso) to escort his beautiful wife (Ina Balin) away from the lawless countryside to safety in San Francisco, but more&#39;s going on than meets the eye. Earl Holliman, Jim McMullan, Slim Pickens and Roosevelt Grier play members of the gang whereas Miriam Colon plays a spiritual senorita who&#39;s along for the ride.<br/><br/>Depending on one&#39;s point of view, Murrieta was either an infamous bandit or a Mexican hero. So many tales have been birthed around him that it is hard to disentangle the fantastical from the factual. Some evidence suggests that he wasn&#39;t one man, but rather three to five, whose exploits were combined. Coinciding with &quot;The Desperate Mission,&quot; there&#39;s a general consensus that gringos drove Murrieta from a lucrative California mining claim in the mid-1800s and, in succession, his wife was ravished, his sibling lynched, and Juaquin himself horsewhipped. From there, the story that the movie conveys is pretty much fictional or, at best, speculativ

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