5 Card Stud (1968) was a Western - Mystery Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Paul Nathan and Joseph H. Hazen.
"5 Card Stud" and "Rehearsal for Murder" Bend the Mystery GenreBy Rick29 on Jan 23, 2014 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
A simple touch can transform a film from conventional to interesting. As evidence, I offer two exhibits from the mystery genre: director Henry Hathaway's 1968 Western 5 Card Stud and the 1982 made-for-TV movie Rehearsal for Murder, written by William Link and Richard Levinson. The opening scenes ... Read full article
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The Rev. Jonathan Rudd: The funeral is for the living, Mr. Morgan. I'll say what his folks want to hear: that Nick Evers was a good son, a good brother, a loyal friend and a respected citizen.
Van Morgan: You think you won't gag on all that?
[explaining why a murdered black man should be allowed to be buried in the graveyard with deceased whites]
The Rev. Jonathan Rudd: Well, they all look alike to the worms.
Van Morgan: You mean you came over 100 miles just to tell me that?
Little George: I'd have come farther.
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