The New Pictures, May 15, 1950

A Ticket to Tomahawk (20th Century-Fox) takes the makings of a western railroading epic and turns them into one of the season's brightest comedies. Filmed in the mountains of Colorado, but taking only the most mischievous view of what may actually have happened there in 1876, the Technicolored movie recounts the adventures of a narrow-gauge ten-wheeler on its first run into the Rockies.

To fulfill its contract, the railroad must get a train into Tomahawk by an agreed deadline with at least one paying passenger on board. The run starts against some obstacles: hostile...

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