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February 4, 2017
Fantastic western from the brains behind the Ranown cycle. Angie Dickinson steals the show, as always, but none of the acting disappoints. Plot is great, dialogue is passable, could have been a classic but feels a little thrown together. Absolutely worth seeing, however, for the incredibly tense direction throughout the middle half.
½ June 15, 2013
James Arness is an outlaw who is wounded and left behind by his partners and girlfriend following a bank holdup. Years later, after being released from prison, he seeks his revenge. It's a pretty by-the-numbers western and lacks any real originality, something of a hallmark of director Andrew V. McLaglen, making his directorial debut with this picture. However, you do get to see Angie Dickinson in an early film appearance, along with western stalwart Harry Carey Jr. as a deputy, which makes it a little bit better than your average episode of "Gunsmoke."
February 2, 2013
Mostly energetic but seems long even at 74min.
Super Reviewer
½ June 22, 2012
Average western of note only as Angie's first big featured role.
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