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Hell's Crossroads (1957)

 -  Western  -  8 March 1957 (USA)
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An imprisoned gunfighter is offered parole on one condition--that he track down and bring in Jesse James.

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Complete credited cast:
Stephen McNally ...
Victor 'Vic' Rodell
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Paula Collins
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Pinkerton Agent Clyde O'Connell
Harry Shannon ...
Clay Ford
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Douglas Kennedy ...
Grant Withers ...
Sheriff Steve Oliver
Myron Healey ...
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Gov. Crittenden of Missouri
Jean Howell ...
Mrs. Jesse James
Morris Ankrum ...
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An imprisoned gunfighter is offered parole on one condition--that he track down and bring in Jesse James.

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The Romantic Story of the Fabulous Outlaw JESSE JAMES!

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Western

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8 March 1957 (USA)  »

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A Morte de Jesse James  »

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In 1957, this film was distributed on a double bill with Untamed Youth (1957) starring Mamie Van Doren. See more »

Quotes

Jesse James: Frank, Bob, on your way. Cole, take your time.
Cole Younger: All right, Jess.
Jesse James: Shall we drift?
Vic Rodell: Why not?
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29 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent western. With the exception of unlimited rifle ammo fire, the movie was made in super black & white and is well shot and directed. I think that it is excellent in authenticity of equipment and props while the story line might be a little off. Certainly could be one to allow the kids to see without worry. MUCH better than most westerns. Mr. Man from Uncle plays the part of a coward who finds his courage and comes to the aid of his allies. The casting was extremely well done with each of the role players being a natural for their part. Look at the background props and see how well they were thought out. If I had a person from overseas come visit, I would show this movie as one which represents a good western movie.


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