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Three Bad Men (2005)

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

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Jeff Hathcock

Writer:

Jeff Hathcock
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Credited cast:
Mike Moroff ... Dutch Henry
Chris Gann ... Frame Johnson
George Kennedy ... Ed Fiske
Peter Brown ... Tom Noland
John Dixon ... Luther McKinney
Don Mack Don Mack ... Art
David Orton David Orton ... Young Deputy
June Wilkinson ... Billie
Megan McNally Megan McNally ... Olivia Noland
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerry Banks Jerry Banks ... Brady Bell
Tim Cable Tim Cable ... Mat Cole
Ben Drury Ben Drury ... Bank Teller
Jon K. Farless ... Colonel
Troy Hardin Troy Hardin ... Sam Black
Craig Kolkebeck ... Ben Tobias
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Storyline

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 posse is formed to track them down and return all of the money they stole from a small town's bank. Frame Johnson's choice between money and morality may get him and his best friends killed.

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Sometimes you have to break the rules to be a hero. See more »

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Western

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »
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In Winchester '73 (1950), Steven McNally played the villain, Dutch Henry Brown. In Law and Order (1932), Walter Huston played the hero, Frame Johnson. 3 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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Wow! Waadastinker
24 February 2009 | by jhmdeuceSee all my reviews

I watched it on DVD. I can't imagine this raw turkey ever being in a theater. The entire film should be in "deleted scenes" or the gag reel. I thought in the early scenes that I was being set up for a gag. Unfortunately the only gag was the reflex I experienced while watching. Poor George Kennedy. To have been in some great movies with some legendary characters, to end up in this film school exercise. I hope he was paid much more than the role demanded. Unfortunately, he should have paid the producer to leave his scenes on the cutting room floor. This may be a cult classic some day. Wait until it becomes funny to watch it. On second thought, find it, watch it, and be on the cutting edge when it becomes popular. Just don't pay for it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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15 January 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »

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Budget:

$650,000 (estimated)
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