Durango (A Rose for Annie) (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Durango (A Rose for Annie)1999

Durango (A Rose for Annie) (1999)





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In this drama set in Ireland in the 1930s, Mark Doran (Matt Keeslar) is a young man who has grown up on a cattle farm and has fallen in love with lovely Annie Mullaney (Nancy St. Alban). However, Annie's father Fergus (Patrick Bergin) regards Mark as a callow youth and insists that he prove his manhood before Mark can ask for his daughter's hand in marriage. Mark sees an opportunity to prove himself and help his family at the same time when he becomes angry with the low prices offered by a local cattle broker; Mark decides that he will instead drive his herd 40 miles to the next available market, where's he's sure that they will bring in more money. Mark sets out to play cowboy with his rough-and-tumble Aunt Maeve (Brenda Fricker) in tow, but they soon run into interference from angry ranchers unhappy with Mark's stunt. Durango was produced for television as part of the acclaimed drama anthology series Hallmark Hall of Fame.


Matt Keeslar
as Mark Doran
Patrick Bergin
as Fergus Mullaney
Nancy St. Alban
as Annie Mullaney
Brenda Fricker
as Aunt Maeve
Dermot Martin
as Jay Mullaney
Paul Ronan
as Tom Mullaney
Pat Laffan
as Bill Gobberly
Sean Kearns
as Sgt. Rowley
Eamon Morrissey
as Philly Hinds
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Entertaining Western with a twist

May 28, 2004 | Rating: 3/5

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