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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.








Credited cast:
... Dutch Henry
... Frame Johnson
... Ed Fiske
... Tom Noland
... Luther McKinney
Don Mack ... Art
David Orton ... Young Deputy
June Wilkinson ... Billie
Megan McNally ... Olivia Noland
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerry Banks ... Brady Bell
Tim Cable ... Mat Cole
Ben Drury ... Bank Teller
... Colonel
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 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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Three outlaws make a promise to a dying man, and save his wife from a notorious killer. See more »



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


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Release Date:

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Box Office


$650,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


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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I concur; Worst Western Ever Made
20 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is the worst Western ever made in the history of cinema. That is quite a feat, as it was up against numerous horrendous Westerns with bad production values, hammy acting, poor direction and more. But this film was special. Watching this film is like watching a 100 car collision on a foggy day on a superhighway. You can't take your eyes off it even though you know it is horrible.

It appeared as if it were directed by a dropout from a community college film school course. This is the worst film, by far, that Kennedy has ever appeared in. It looks like he was kidnapped from the old age home in the middle of the night, and put in front of a camera. His over 70 love scene with an aged actress forced me to postpone my lunch. The three men in the lead roles give their best efforts to imitate Brokeback Mountain. They wore clean clothes, had nice shiny teeth and looked nothing like real cowboys.

Each of them were unbelievably bad actors. There were more unintentional laughs from the script than in many comedies. The production values and script were horrendous. I have seen home movies with better direction and scripts. Ed Wood looked like Hitchcock compared to this director. This is the kind of property that Zero Mostel should have chosen for his play. This is easily the worst Western (out of over hundreds) ever made I have ever seen.

Arthur H Tafero Senior Critic, AskMrMovies.com

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