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High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane (1980)

Former Marshal Will Kane returns to Hadleyville a year after he resigned and finds the town in the grip of a tyrannical marshal who abuses his power.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Harold Patton
Frank Campanella ...
Dr. Losey
Harlan Tyler
Britt Leach ...
Marshal J.D. Ward
Charles Benton ...
Frank Stam
Telegrapher (as Stonewall Jackson)
Mrs. Garver
Henry Kendrick ...
Martin Garver (as Henry Max Kendrick)


Will Kane returns to his hometown of Hadleyville with his wife Amy for the first time in years since his famous gunfight with Frank Miller and his gang to face a new menace of his town in the grip of a bounty-hunting marshal named J.D. Ward and his two gun-happy deputies pursuing Ben Irons, a drifter wanted dead or alive for a crime he didn't commit whom he asks Kane to help him which sets the stage for a second major gunfight within the town. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Western





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15 November 1980 (USA)  »

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High Noon, Part II  »

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Will Kane: [Coming across Alonzo and an Indian tracker] Well, a town marshal that hires trackers!
Alonzo: We got our eyes watchin' every move Mr. Ben Irons makes. He and his partner will lay low for a while and then try to edge their way out.
Will Kane: You run the hounds and then Ward comes in for the kill. What does he do then? Throw you a bone?
Alonzo: Man pays me a wage - I give him a day's work.
[shouting after Kane has ridden away]
Alonzo: He don't make me do anything I don't want too!
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Why oh why?!
15 February 2011 | by (Reno, Nevada ex United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Pernell Roberts left Bonanza because, as a serious actor, there was not enough opportunity for him to show his acting skills. He made this movie? Why oh why?! My wife is a fan of Lee Majors, so we watched this movie! Why oh why?! Everyone knows High Noon was a truly great movie, so they made a 'sequel'. Why oh why?! If you watch this movie before reading the reviews, you too will say 'Why oh why?!' This movie truly deserves the accolade of 'awful'. The story line is extraordinarily weak - an excuse for a final, face-to-face showdown between an ex-hero (Lee Majors) who doesn't like to use a gun and a nasty piece of work (pseudo-lawman Pernell Roberts) who is an expert with a rifle from long distance (note the scene where he pulls his rifle quickly to his eye and shoots a 'baddy' from super long distance without barely a moment to take aim, using a rifle without a sight???) but, according to Kane (Majors), only likes to face up to his victims from a distance. I suffered the pathetic story line hoping for a dramatic ending - it wasn't dramatic, but at least it was an ending! Yes, I watched it all the way through - why oh why?!

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