Hell Bent for Leather
When Clay Santell stops in the town of Sutterville after having his horse stolen, he is mistaken by townspeople for a murderer named Travers. The townspeople capture Santell, and turn him over to lawman Harry Deckett. Deckett, who is tired of chasing the real Travers, decides to kill Santell and pass him off as Travers. Santell escapes from Deckett, taking lovely Janet Gifford hostage in the process. Janet comes to believe Santell's story, and helps him in his struggle to prove his real identity.
- Stars:Audie Murphy, Felicia Farr, Stephen McNally, Robert Middleton, James Westmoreland, Jan Merlin, Herbert Rudley, Malcolm Atterbury, Joseph Ruskin, Allan Lane, John Qualen, Eddie Little Sky, Steve Gravers, Beau Gentry, Bob Steele,
- Director:George Sherman,
- Writer:Christopher Knopf (screenplay)
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Hell Bent for Leather torrent reviews
(au) wrote: I was a little skeptical but it was good
(gb) wrote: This is an AMAZING documentary that will truly open your eyes. Chronic Lyme Disease is a serious illness and this movie brings the corrupt side of the medical industry out. I'd highly recommend this movie.
(it) wrote: Awful, awful movie. The early scenes seem to be improvised off the cuff by actors unskilled in improve (yes, even Neve), what writing there is is woefully pretentious, the characters are annoying and uninteresting, and when the movie finally settles on a plot it blatantly lifts one from 'Indecent Proposal'. At least from that point, the acting does improve marginally. Too bad there's no one to root for. Warning signals should have gone off when the movie's whole marketing push was Neve's nude scenes (shower scenes bookending the film). And the ultimate insult comes from the shameless use of Beethoven, Bach, and Brahms to score much of the film. Blasphemy! Stay away!
(us) wrote: OMG Patrick Swayze (though I love 'im) and Val Kilmer, what were you thinking!? Generally enjoyable if I were 10 or, as was the case this time, as a super-late-night Syfy Channel movie.
(es) wrote: Legal, interessante, e bonito visualmente (pelo meu gosto).Filmado na Nova Scotia.
(gb) wrote: My all time-fave Hindi movie by Hrishikesh Mukherjee... nothing can beat its flow.
(au) wrote: Ice Station Zebra is a fantastic film. It is about a top-secret Soviet spy satellite that malfunctions and that went into a descent that landed in the Arctic. Rock Hudson and Ernest Borgnine give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written about cold war tensions. John Sturges did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the action and drama. Ice Station Zebra is a must see.
(au) wrote: A great cast, a great story, and great direction. It's a very interesting chronicle of early 50s mentality. You get to view it in two different forms, marriage and social classes. I think it's actually one of the first times the American lifestyle was threatened or criticized. Paul Newman is amazing as always and Barbara Rush was a great co-star. It's a beautiful looking film that puts as much effort into the film making process as the story.
(ru) wrote: Directed by Walsh, who appeared in "Birth of a Nation" in 1915 and after half a century is still arguing the benefits of slavery and condemning Africa for the slave trade. Totally wrong and intolerable. This movie should come with a warning about its overt racism and revisionist view on an institution that must be condemned and not apologized for.
(nl) wrote: I enjoyed the song & Dance routines by a great cast and liked the concept of the INN but, didn't like the overall story of the movie
(it) wrote: This is like 8 mile almost so if u liked that one this is the one for u :)
(it) wrote: I like it but my friend dosen't like the kissing scene and it was great for me because the rating was pg 13