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It was a good movie. I realize the name of the town was "Appaloosa" but it would have also been nice to see at LEAST ONE appaloosa horse in the movie.
Great movie, excellent cast..really drew you in...looking for more..BUT..PLEASE..do a little research! The whole name thing is an Anachronism! The word Appaloosa came from the Nez Perce Indians on the Palouse...The horses weren't even recognized as such until the late late 1800s or early 1900s...and NOT in New Mexico!
The excerpt below taken from "Appaloosa History"
"In the late 1800s and early 1900s, interest in the breed gradually began to grow as Appaloosas began appearing in Western roundups and rodeos.
The Appaloosa’s flashy coat patterns caught the eye of the public, and in 1937 an article in Western Horseman entitled “The Appaloosa, or Palouse Horse” revealed a widespread interest in the breed."
Famous explorer Meriwether Lewis was appropriately impressed with the breeding
I saw the movie Apploosa yesterday. I thought it was a very good moivie . Thiis move just as good as the moviie 3:10 to Yuma last year.
After seeing the trailer to this movie I was definatly excited to see this movie, with the success of 3:10 to Yuma now I believe that Westerns are coming back. I wasen't a big fan of Ed Harris's movies but after seeing him in this I thought he was a real bad ass in this Western
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