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Angel and the Badman (1947) was a Western - Romance Film directed by James Edward Grant and produced by John Wayne.

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What?s Streaming in May on the CMH Channel at Best Classics Ever? Angel and the Badman, Meet John Doe and Cheating Blondes

By Annmarie Gatti on May 2, 2021 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Our May Picks on the Classic Movie Hub ChannelMay Birthdays and Mysterious Mayhem! Here we go? This month?s free streaming picks for our Classic Movie Hub Channel at Best Classics Ever (BCE) ? the mega streaming channel for classic movies and TV shows! That said, here are some of our May class... Read full article

Angel and the Badman (1947)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 6, 2018 From 4 Star Films

With John Wayne partnered with his longtime collaborator James Edward Grant (Hondo, McClintock!) it’s easy to see Angel and the Badman as an early vehicle for his conservative ideals but far from being heavy-handed, it goes down as a solid B-picture with a surprisingly?unique perspective on th... Read full article

Angel and the Badman (1947) with John Wayne and Gail Russell

By Orson De Welles on Mar 31, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!He lived only for revenge…She lived only for his love! By the middle of the 1940s it was becoming clear that in John Wayne Republic Pictures had a leading star on their hands.? As the 40s progressed you can see the quality of Wayne?s pictures with Republic growing almost exponential... Read full article

Angel and the Badman (James Edward Grant, 1947)

By Judy on Jul 14, 2015 From Movie Classics

John Wayne and Gail Russell This is my contribution to the 1947 Blogathon being organised by Shadows and Satin and Speakeasy. Please take a look at the great range of postings. A rider gallops through the Western countryside – but falls from his horse, hit by a bullet. He is seen by a pair of... Read full article

Angel and the Badman (1947)

By Beatrice on Mar 8, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Angel and the Badman Directed by James Edward Grant Written by James Edward Grant 1947/USA John Wayne Productions/Patnel Productions First viewing/Netflix Rental Sometimes a rather corny old-time Western is just what the doctor ordered. The wonderfully named Quirt Evans (John Wayne) is a famous g... Read full article

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Territorial Marshal Wistful McClintock: [after Marshal McClintock shoots Laredo and Hondo] Nothin' ever works out right. I had them dead to rights. They'd got the Baker stage - so I figured I'd watch the ruckus. You'd down them and I'd hang you. Sorta killing three 'hawks' with one stone, so to speak. Nothin'... nothin' ever works out right.
[Quirt picks up Penny and then sits in the back of the wagon with her on his lap]
Territorial Marshal Wistful McClintock: Well, I missed you again, Quirt. But I'm patient. It's only a matter of time and I hang you.
Quirt Evans: Not me, Mister. From now on, I'm a farmer.

[after Laredo visits the ranch and pays Quirt for the land, Quirt prepares to leave and puts some of the money in a can for the Worths]
Mrs. Worth: Oh no, Quirt, no!
Quirt Evans: What kind of a boarder do you think I am?
Thomas Worth: You can't do that. We'd tend to any wounded human... and not for pay.
Quirt Evans: You don't believe in force - so you can't force me to take it back.
Mrs. Worth: I'm afraid you're outwitted, Thomas.
Quirt Evans: How long have I been here?
Quirt Evans: Almost three weeks.
Quirt Evans: Kinda hate to get goin'.
Mrs. Worth: Oh, but you can't... your leg... you're in no condition to travel.
Quirt Evans: Don't worry. Your cooking's got me grained up and ready for market. Adios amigos.

[Carson's preparing to leave the Worth farm, with two baskets of food]
Frederick Carson: I just get a gnawin' hankerin' after good pies and truck like that.
Mrs. Worth: Oh, Freddy Carson!
Mrs. Worth: Yes'm.
Mrs. Worth: I want you to have some of these.
[puts some rolls in one of the baskets]
Mrs. Worth: They're awful good with coffee in the mornin'.
Frederick Carson: Makes me wanna go home and shoot my Chinee cook.
Mrs. Worth: You just come back for more any time you like; there're always plenty.

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Facts about

The first film produced by John Wayne.
"The Hedda Hopper Show - This Is Hollywood" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on April 5, 1947 with John Wayne reprising his film role.
John Wayne would later star in two films where his eponymous character carried the name of characters from this movie: Hondo and McLintock!.
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