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From Noon Till Three (1976)

After spending 3 unforgettable hours with an outlaw, a beautiful young widow turns her story into a worldwide famous book.

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Graham
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Amanda
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Buck Bowers (as Douglas V. Fowley)
Stan Haze ...
Ape
Damon Douglas ...
Boy
Hector Morales ...
The Mexican
Bert Williams ...
Sheriff
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Sam
Betty Cole ...
Edna
William Lanteau ...
Reverend Cabot
Larry French ...
Mr. Taylor
Michael LeClair ...
Cody Taylor (as Michael Le Clair)
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Massive Woman
Howard Brunner ...
Mr. Foster
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Storyline

On the way to commit a bank robbery a gang of outlaws call off at a remote house in order to steal a horse. The house is owned by Amanda, a beautiful young widow who catches the eye of gang member Graham Dorsey. Instead of riding on, Dorsey stays to await the gang's return and spends three wonderful hours with Amanda. The robbery goes wrong and Dorsey rides off to rescue his fellow criminals, or so Amanda thinks ... Written by Col Needham <col@imdb.com>

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The MOST WANTED Men In The West! See more »


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August 1976 (USA)  »

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Zwischen zwölf und drei  »

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Trivia

The name of the western town was Gladstone City. The inscription on the banner celebrating the place read "Welcome to Gladstone City. Where the Buck Bowers Gang met their end and the romance between Graham and Amanda began!". See more »

Goofs

When Amanda (Jill Ireland) has the confrontation with the villagers at her door, the sleeve of her dress disappears between frames leaving her with a bare arm. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Graham: It's awful damn quiet.
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Soundtracks

Hello and Goodbye
Lyrics by Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergman
Music by Elmer Bernstein
Sung by Jill Ireland
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Bronson in a lighter key works, but does not feed blood lust.
8 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you seek killer Bronson, he isn't home. But if you are willing to watch Bronson doing lighter work and be on screen with his wife in a mildly funny satire, enjoy. From first meeting to keeper of the legend, this is a Jill Ireland vehicle. It satirizes Bronson's previous work which grew out of the dime novel creation of the American West. We watch the Bronson character lose control of his real life because a widow creates a better outlaw than he was. Enjoy this for the satire on every level including the score and the songs.

It is a refreshing change of pace compared to the blood beast Bronson had to feed in many action movies. Now that it is being broadcast, watch it with the idea that Bill Hickok and Bill Cody played on stage for money and that dime novelist Ned Buntline gave out those Buntline specials to the men he wrote about. I suspect most of you will at least chuckle at the world caught up in the legend of a third rate bank robber ensnared by a woman he seduced. And the end is better satire than real life Emmett Dalton going to Hollywood to help make movies about the Dalton gang robbing Coffeyville. For an adult audience, this is far better entertainment than Over the Hill Gang slapstick. Give it a try.


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