A murderous thief on the run with stolen loot forces a poor rancher to guide him across the desert into Mexico. Accompanying them is the rancher's wife, who happens to be the killer's former girlfriend.
Dan Ballard, a respected citizen in the western town of Silver Lode, has his wedding interrupted by four men led by Ned McCarthy, an old acquaintance who, as a US Marshal, arrests Ballard ... See full summary »
A German architect runs away with the maharajah of Eschnapur's fiancee but is caught and thrown in the dungeon, while his relatives arrive from Europe looking for him and the maharajah's brother is scheming to usurp the throne.
Laying on the Missouri-Arkansas border, the neutral Border City, its female mayor and city council, take no side in the ongoing Civil War and they're prepared to hang any troublemaker, Yankee or Confederate, who stirs the townsfolk up.
Mobster Ron Candell is set up by his underlings - principally Andy Damon - and is convicted of murder. He escapes but finds himself in a nuclear testing area. He survives the blast but his body begins to undergo change at the cellular level, making him a man of steel. He makes his way back to town seeking revenge on those who testified against him, including his ex-girlfriend Linda Marlow. As he continues to mutate however, he become ever more dangerous. Stopping him however is easier said than done. Written by
According to director Allan Dwan, producer Benedict Bogeaus tricked him, the actors and crew members into working for low pay by claiming the project was actually a two-part pilot for a TV series. Bogeaus was caught by the heads of the Mexican movie unions, who read the script, realized it was for a feature film, and demanded that everyone employed on it be paid the higher feature-film rates. As a result, Dwan had to shoot the film in one week instead of five, and use only already existing sets. See more »
Before the explosion, the character Eddie Candell was wearing a jacket. Immediately after the explosion, he is not wearing a jacket. See more »
I had hopes for this film, I admit I have a low tolerance level for horrible dialogue delivered in a stilted manner. So this B Sci-Fi film about a framed gangster boss seeking revenge against his enemies that stumbles onto a nuclear test site seconds before the big bang was intriguing, but there was no pay off. There is so much potential with this leftover plot idea and yet no risks were taken, no imagination, no spark of life, only flat acting. I appreciate these films because if you dream of being a film maker or a writer it shows you what not to do with a film. I gave it a 3 because there is so much to be learned about film making from this stinker. Perhaps the nuclear blast effected the writers and film maker, or perhaps this story is completely true and big brother forced the studio to turn the truth into a laughable genre flop. Perhaps when we solve the crop circle mystery and area 51 the mystery of why "The Most Dangerous Man Alive" is so bad will also be solved.
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