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Tag: Arthur Kennedy

The Walking Hills (1949)

Long associated with tough, male dominated pictures like The Magnificent Seven, Bad Day At Black Rock and The Great Escape, director John Sturges got an early go around with a […]

Day of the Evil Gun (1968)

A hardened Glenn Ford begrudgingly teams up with an unsavory Arthur Kennedy in this variation on the The Searchers theme by way of MGM and director Jerry Thorpe. Along the way […]

Shark! (1969)

As the sixties drew to a close and Burt Reynolds was on the cusp on super stardom, he turned up in this muddled thriller from the prolific Samuel Fuller. When […]

Too Late For Tears (1949)

What’s not to love when Kristina over at Speakeasy challenges me to a Dan Duryea Noir flick that I hadn’t seen? Nothing I can come up with. Now toss in […]

The Rawhide Years (1955)

Universal International continued to put Tony Curtis in to “B” films as his apprentice years in the star making machine were coming to a close with this western from his […]

The Desperate Hours (1955)

In what proved to be his last role as a gangster, screen icon Humphrey Bogart doesn’t disappoint in this tense crime drama from top flight director William Wyler. Teaming up […]

Crashout (1955)

With a fast moving camera we dive right into this prison break film with our cast being introduced on the run led by William Bendix and Arthur Kennedy. This is […]

Nevada Smith (1966)

In 1964 Alan Ladd played the character of Nevada Smith in the The Carpetbaggers starring George Peppard. This film takes the character and gives us a prequel with Steve McQueen […]

Murder She Said… (1961)

I must confess to have never read an Agatha Christie Miss Marple mystery. Since that is the case I have no preconceived notions of what the character should look or […]

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