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Three Bad Men (2005)

PG-13 | | Western | 15 January 2005 (USA)
Three outlaws on there way across state lines after a bank robbery, decide to fufill a dying mans wish. Save his wife from notorious outlaw Dutch Henry. A wish that might get them killed.




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Credited cast:
Dutch Henry
Frame Johnson
Ed Fiske
Tom Noland
Luther McKinney
Don Mack ...
David Orton ...
Young Deputy
June Wilkinson ...
Megan McNally ...
Olivia Noland
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerry Banks ...
Brady Bell
Tim Cable ...
Mat Cole
Ben Drury ...
Bank Teller
Troy Hardin ...
Sam Black
Ben Tobias


Bank robbers and best friends Frame, Luther, and Matt forego safe haven in Colorado to save a women from Dutch Henry and his gang. Meanwhile a possie is formed to track them down and return all the money they stole from a small towns bank. Frame Johnsons choice between money and morality may get him and his best friends killed. Written by Anonymous

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Its never to late to do something honorable, unless your dead! See more »



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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »


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$650,000 (estimated)

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Did You Know?


In the classic Anthony Mann western "Winchester 73" (1950), Steven McNally played the villain, Dutch Henry Brown. In "Law and Order" (1932), Walter Huston played the hero, Frame Johnson. "Three Bad Men" (1926) was an early, silent, John Ford western. It appears the author of this film borrowed freely from these illustrious westerns. See more »

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Not so good // Not so bad either.
25 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With a plot largely taken from the John Wayne/John Ford MGM classic, "3 Godfathers" 3 bad men is a cheap independent movie that tries to fill the gap since major studios have lost the ability to make good westerns.

Three men rob a bank of $30,000 but are soon sidetracked from their escape plan when they come upon a fatally wounded man who begs them to pursue the men who shot him and kidnapped his bride. For very personal reasons, the leader of the three promises to rescue the bride.

We have the kidnap/murderers pursued by 3 unknown men (the bank robbers), being pursued by the Marshall and his unwilling deputies.

At no time does the picture rise to A-list quality, but it kept my interest.

To those who called this the worst western ever, a question: Did you not see the "310 to YUMA" re-make? That movie turned against the audience in the final 20 minutes, an ending so stupid it amounted to the death knell of A-list westerns. Do you remember that instead of Christian Bale having to confront and defeat Russell Crowe's men, Crowe instead shoots his own men down, so glad he was for prison.

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