Tall in the Saddle (29-Sep-1944)|
Director: Edwin L. Marin
Writers: Michael Hogan; Paul Fix; Gordon Ray Young
Music by: Roy Webb
Producer: Robert Fellows
||Marshal Torrance on The Rifleman
||Prolific character actor
||Don't Fence Me In
||Born to Kill
||Hail the Conquering Hero
||The Roaring Twenties
||Perpetual Hollywood villain
Review by cliff richardson (posted on 30-Aug-2007)
John Wayne plays "Rocklin", and is on his way for a forman's job with Red Cardell. The townsfolk in the community are covering secrets. JW seems no to know that Red was murdered. He rides in with a distant relative, her aunt and a crabby old stage diver, "Gabby Hayes". Paul Fix, and Ward Bond also star in this film.
I own a copy of the film and enjoy watchng it over and over. I feel it is as well made film as there is.
There is mystery, drama, fist fights, and gun duels enough to satisfy most all Western movie fans.
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