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Utah Blaine (1957)

 -  Western  -  1 February 1957 (USA)
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When Utah Blaine rescues Joe Neal from being lynched by a pack of land-grabbing vigilantes, Joe hires Utah has his ranch foreman. Aided at first by only a fellow gunslinger, Utah gradually ... See full summary »

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Utah Blaine
Susan Cummings ...
Angie Kinyon
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Mary Blake
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Gus Ortmann
Paul Langton ...
Rip Coker
George Keymas ...
Rink Witter
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Russ Nevers
Gene Roth ...
Tom Cory
Dean Fredericks ...
Jug Davis (as Norman Frederic)
Ken Christy ...
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When Utah Blaine rescues Joe Neal from being lynched by a pack of land-grabbing vigilantes, Joe hires Utah has his ranch foreman. Aided at first by only a fellow gunslinger, Utah gradually rallies the townsman to his cause for a climatic showdown with Russ Nevers, his murderous henchman Rink Witter and their pack of range-wolves. Written by Anonymous

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[first lines]
[a lynching party prepares to hang Joe Neal]
Lud Fuller: This is far enough. Easy now. If it falls off, it'll be all over. A broken neck ain't gonna get you out of this fast, Neal. Hurry it up, Bud. It'll be light soon. It's a long way back.
Joe Neal: You'll get yours, Lud. You'll get what's comin' to ya!
Lud Fuller: Ain't nothin' comin' to me, Joe, except a large hunk of the 46-Connected. Have a nice trip, Joe.
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Gunsmoke on Steroids
3 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The cinematography, music, storyline, sets & scenery, and plot remind me of the later episodes of Gunsmoke. Definitely 1950s "B", with television type lighting and a hidden trap door to the fake basement. However, the mostly familiar cast adds strength, and the depth of their characterization makes this western very interesting & watchable. I recommend it when there's no great "A" film available. The bad guys are not too evil, and the good guys are not saints. Snappy dialog may be in short supply, but the typical cowboy clichés are few and far between, and there's no lack of action here! Incidentally, this movie falls into the category of westerns made before John Wayne (or spaghetti), eccentric wiseacres, and every scene a colorful climax were box-office requirements. Follow the intelligent & well-written story and you realize that B&W is the perfect genre for Rory Calhoun with a 3-day beard and two six-guns blazing. My only complaint: too much gray and not enough black or white. I miss "High Noon".


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