Good Guys and the Bad Guys1969
Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969)
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as Mayor Wilker
as Mrs. Stone
Critic Reviews for Good Guys and the Bad Guys
Most of these movies (including Good Guys) haven't been very good, but Mitchum has almost always been good in them.
There are, in this film, quite a few visual and thematic references to its betters -- notably High Noon and Ride the High County -- but they only emphasize the witlessness of the script, the slackness of the acting and the tired... direction.
a meaningless and harmless bit of flatulence that caused barely a ripple of interest in 1969
OK Burt Kennedy oater featuring Mitchum and Kennedy in leads.
Audience Reviews for Good Guys and the Bad Guys
Marshall Flagg is one of the last great marshalls around untill he is forced to retire by the town mayor that is until he hears his old enemy is in town a outlaw named McKaye lookin to rob the next incoming train once he captures McKaye he comes to see he isnt the big shot outlaw he once was and now there is a new generation of gunslingers that must be stopped and its gonna take McKayes help to do it. Very well done western funny at times will keep any fans of westerns interested until the very end. Stars Robert Mitchum George Kennedy and David Carradine as the young outlaw
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