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Into the Badlands (1991)

A bounty hunter searches the west for a wanted outlaw named Red Roundtree.

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(short story "The Streets of Laredo") (as Will Henry), (short story "The Time of the Wolves") | 4 more credits »
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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T.L. Barston
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Alma Heusser
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Blossom
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McComas
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Sarah Carstairs
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Sheriff Aaron Starett
Adan Sanchez ...
Hector
Jerry Gardner ...
Businessman
Glen Burns ...
Businessman
Steve Tyler ...
John Heusser
Oryan Walsky ...
Margaret Heusser
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William Carstairs
Michael J. Metzger ...
Red Roundtree
Reynaldo Cantu ...
Pockmark
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Tom (as Steven Schwartz-Hartley)
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A bounty hunter searches the west for a wanted outlaw named Red Roundtree.

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A world where the only bounty is death. See more »

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Horror | Western

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R | See all certifications »
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24 July 1991 (USA)  »

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A fejvadász  »

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1.33 : 1
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T.L. Barston, Bounty Man: Back in the days of the old West, there were these stretches of territory that I think God and nature just plain forgot about... dark and parched and empty as the moons of Mars. Places where sensible men never vertured... where only dreams and phantoms walked. Kind of a way station between civilization and the Ninth Circle of Hell - The Badlands.
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perfect Italian/Spanish western!!!
28 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unfortunately I have only - at this point - seen the last 35 minutes of this film but based on that it is undoubtedly the finest spaghetti western ever made - or the best not done to be funny parody of one. cinematographer, director , make-up and sets duplicated the look and feel of the Italian films, threw in some marvelous Felliniesque and neo-realism, as done the in the late 40's /early 50's, and made New Mexico pass beautifully as the plains/deserts of Spain. Have to have this in my collection!!! (Just in case, yes I know it is an American made film.) That is the only important thing that needs to be said about the film but read on if you must . Bruce Dern gives a quite interesting version of his bad guy persona (though he is the good guy) and the only flaw I personally found in the 35 minutes was in a bar scene where Dern has pulled back his coat to show an obviously well used gun and he stops when a bad guy shows he is holding a shotgun - by the barrel with the stock on the floor. Sorry guys (writing problem) from that position any halfway decent gunman could take out the shotgunner and at least one person of normal ability without concern. Ah well - it stretched the action a little!.


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