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

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Sam Pillsbury

Writers:

Heck Allen (short story "The Streets of Laredo") (as Will Henry), Marcia Muller (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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Dern ... T.L. Barston
Mariel Hemingway ... Alma Heusser
Helen Hunt ... Blossom
Dylan McDermott ... McComas
Lisa Pelikan ... Sarah Carstairs
Andrew Robinson ... Sheriff Aaron Starett
Adan Sanchez Adan Sanchez ... Hector
Jerry Gardner Jerry Gardner ... Businessman
Glen Burns Glen Burns ... Businessman
Steve Tyler Steve Tyler ... John Heusser
Oryan Walsky Oryan Walsky ... Margaret Heusser
Loren Haynes ... William Carstairs
Michael J. Metzger Michael J. Metzger ... Red Roundtree
Reynaldo Cantu Reynaldo Cantu ... Pockmark
Luce Rains ... 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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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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Into the trashcan ..........
4 November 2013 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

Some might describe "Into the Badlands" as a surreal tale of the Old West. I on the other hand would call the film a sleep inducing waste of talent and time. Sure Bruce Dern looks convincing as a bounty hunter, in his black duster and specs. Even the music is interesting and appropriate. Everything else is not good. It begins and ends with the story, which is disjointed and talky. The first part involves a gunslinger talking and talking with barroom whore Helen Hunt. The second is something about Mariel Hemingway talking and talking to a frontier neighbor before some unexplained wolves show up. Dern reappears in the final sequence killing a wanted baddie and then dragging his rotting body around the desert for the rest of the film. - MERK


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 July 1991 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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