MONTANA is a blessedly short film, and yet, at 76 minutes, feels like forever. Flynn, an Australian, was playing an Australian for only the second time (the first being DESPERATE JOURNEY). We also have the opportunity to hear his thin baritone warbling on a duet with Smith in "I Reckon I'm
Falling in Love" (Mack David, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston), but that's all there is to recommend this cliched "sheep man versus cattle folks" story. Filmed at the Calabasas Ranch owned by Warner Bros. in the far west region of the San Fernando Valley, it looks just fine, but there's far too much
mushy stuff and not enough action for true fans of the genre. Flynn is an Australian...