Blood on the Moon (1948) was a Action - Drama Film directed by Robert Wise and produced by Theron Warth and Sid Rogell.
Western Noir: Blood on the Moon (1948)By shadowsandsatin on Jul 21, 2020 From Shadows and Satin
Several months ago, on Twitter, I asked for recommendations for westerns ? it?s a genre I never really cared much about (like horror films and musicals), but that I wanted to explore (unlike horror films and musicals). I received dozens of suggested titles ? unfortunately, I was only able to access ... Read full article
On Blu-ray: Robert Mitchum in a Film-Noir on the Range Blood on the Moon (1948)By KC on Jul 15, 2020 From Classic Movies
The moody, fatalistic feel of Blood on the Moon (1948) is unusual for a western, if not unheard of in the genre. Its noirish story of double-crosses and turf battles could be transported to rain-slicked city streets with little change, the plot points as well-suited to urban organized crime as cattl... Read full article
Blood on the Moon (1948): A Robert Mitchum Horse NoirBy 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 13, 2020 From 4 Star Films
This is admittedly nitpicky, but the title cards of Blood on the Moon are a bit jarring as the white-lettered names all but disappear into the sliver of light stretching across the otherwise black canvas of the screen. Thus, I missed out on about a fourth of the names in the cast. Opening credits as... Read full article
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Jim Garry: [after Barden kills Reardon] Why did you do it?
Kris Barden: I always wanted to shoot one of you. He was the handiest.
Tate Riling: Your cut will be $10,000.
Jim Garry: What do I have to do to earn it?
Tate Riling: Lufton's tough and my ranchers aren't. You make up the difference.
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In 1953, RKO reissued this film theatrically on a double bill with another western, Fort Apache starring John Wayne and Henry Fonda, with the tag line "Two Rip-Roaring Action Hits!"
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