Hawk of the Hills
Hawk of the Hills (1927), a ten episode serial, re-edited into a five-reel feature length version released in 1929. Newhall, California. A band of Indians led by the half-breed 'The Hawk' terrorizes prospectors in a valley. When the old prospector Clyde Selby hits the mother lode, The Hawk plans to kidnap his pretty blond daughter Mary Selby. This kidnapping actually proves one of the lesser of the perils faced by the poor Mary. Laramie, a government agent, wants with the help of his friendly Shoshone Indian friends to extricate the damsel-in-distress.
- Stars:Allene Ray, Walter Miller, Jack Ganzhorn, Frank Lackteen, Paul Panzer, Wally Oettel, Harry Semels, Jack Pratt, J. Parks Jones, Frederick Dana, John T. Prince, Whitehorse, George Magrill, Evangeline Russell, Chief Yowlachie,
- Director:Spencer Gordon Bennet,
Hawk of the Hills (1927), a ten episode serial, re-edited into a five-reel feature length version . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hawk of the Hills torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Not as good as the cover looked like it would be.
(es) wrote: Monday, February 6, 2012 (2001) True Blue CRIME DRAMA/ MYSTERY Blue collar detective (Tom Berenger)assigned to an unusual murder case of a chopped hand belonging to a young female whose part of an escort service. Another traditional straight to rental murder thriller with twists viewers wouldn't necessarily care about making the overall experience to be quite forgettable. 1 star out of 4
(au) wrote: Billed as "the rowdiest" college comedy since Animal House. Plot centers around an "underground" fraternity of party animals called The Pit who are facing eviction by the school if they don't raise enough money with a keg party to pay a fine. The party turns out to be a success (even George Clinton shows up!) but this one just tries a bit too hard at times.
(fr) wrote: This is one of the least believable films I have seen. No element of reality ever gets in the way of its childish sentimentality -- from linguistic nonsense to medical folkways.
(de) wrote: Hilarious - A comic master at his peak
(es) wrote: MURDERERS' ROW (1966)
(gb) wrote: Great fire disaster scene (Duke almost roasted in this movie). Note: John Wayne hacked and coughed his way through th eproduction and finally had a cancerous lung removed after this movie. (5 packs a day will do it)
(ag) wrote: Grade: B- Clint Eastwood with the most quotable lines in film history. Also in the 80s. What is there not to love.