5 edition of Ride the Devil Wind found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||July 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Holt rides with Roedel and his family towarduntil their roads part, and then Daniel tells Jake farewell, while Shelley and the baby sleep. Meanwhile, Shelley gives birth to Chiles's daughter. " In a slightly upbeat conviction, Andrew O'Hehir of asserted that "for all its clumsy dialogue and loose plotting, this is historical filmmaking of a high order, both visually and thematically ambitious. The following day it had its North American premiere at the in Canada.
an essay by Godfrey Cheshire at the. Following the collapse and destruction of a makeshift prison holding the female relatives of guerrillas, a complementary clan of Bushwhackers led by plot a revenge attack against the Union and.
began on March 25, 1998. Musical artist contributed vocals to the score with her song "What's Simple Is True", from her 1998 album. On the way, they meet Mackeson and the last of his men, Turner, who is ragged and injured, the both of them on the run. Later, Union cavalry are on the trail of Quantrill's band, and they turn to attack.
" Film critic Steve Simels of was consumed with the nature of the subject matter exclaiming, "A nicely ambiguous ending and terrific acting by the mostly young cast mostly makes up for the longeurs, however, and for the record, Jewel acquits herself well in a not particularly demanding role. "Jayhawkers and Bushwhackers" 3:20 4. For most of Ride the Devil Wind limited release, the film fluctuated between 11 and 60 theater screening counts.
A World on Fire: Britain's Crucial Role in the American Civil War.
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