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Title: Seven Ways From Sundown (1960)
Post by: cigar joe on January 29, 2006, 01:25:18 AM
I caught most of the last half of this Audie Murphy flick today and have to say it was a very good AW with beautiful scenic shots. Basically the story of a rookie Texas Ranger and his trials and tribulations on the learning curve. Barry Sullivan does an excellent turn as the villian who takes a liking to the rookie sort of another version of the Old Man & Boy story, would definitely give it a watch again

Harry Keller directed with John McIntire also in the cast.


Title: Re: Seven Ways From Sundown (1960)
Post by: cigar joe on February 29, 2008, 05:19:44 PM
This is actually the best Audie Murphy Western I've seen (though I haven't seen many) Barry Sullivan is great in it, and it has some amazing landscapes check it out. Pan & Scan with commercials but if you fast forward through them it should be ok to get an idea of it. (he reminds me of Gemma)

http://movies.amctv.com/movie?showID=MV000048630000&pageNav=synopsis&title=Seven%20Ways%20From%20Sundown


Title: Re: Seven Ways From Sundown (1960)
Post by: dave jenkins on February 29, 2008, 05:42:18 PM
Yes, Barry Sullivan really makes this film. And the ending is fab.