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Branded (1950) was a Western - Film Adaptation Film directed by Rudolph Mat? and produced by Mel Epstein.

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Branded to Kill (1967)

By Beatrice on Oct 6, 2019 From Flickers in Time

Branded to Kill (Koroshi no rakuin) Directed by Seijun Suzuki Written by Hachiro Guryu, Takeo Kimura, Chusei Sone, and Atsuye Yomatoya 1967/Japan Nikkatsu Repeat viewing/Netflix rental Seijun Suzuki did it his way. ?And didn’t work again for ten years. Goro Hanada (chipmunk-cheeked Jo Shishi... Read full article


Branded to Kill (1967)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 23, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Branded to Kill is the stuff of legend inasmuch as director Seijun Suzuki offered up this wonderfully wacky, perverse, dynamic film and was subsequently dumped by his studio. ?At Nikkatsu they accused Suzuki of crafting an oeuvre that made “no sense and no money.” And if we watch it with... Read full article


Branded to Kill (1967)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 23, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Branded to Kill is the stuff of legend inasmuch as director Seijun Suzuki offered up this wonderfully wacky, perverse, dynamic film and was subsequently dumped by his studio. ?At Nikkatsu they accused Suzuki of crafting an oeuvre that made “no sense and no money.” And if we watch it with... Read full article


Twice Branded (1936)

By John Grant on Sep 27, 2013 From Noirish

vt Father and Son UK / 68 minutes / bw / George Smith, Nettlefold, Radio Pictures Dir: Maclean Rogers Pr: George Smith Scr: Kathleen Butler, H.F. Maltby Story: “Trouble in the House” (n.d.) by Anthony Richardson Cine: Geoffrey Faithfull Cast: Robert Rendel, Ethel Griffies, James Mason, L... Read full article


TV Western Themes: "Branded" and "The Virginian"

By Rick29 on May 28, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The answers to this week's TV quiz referenced the theme song to the 1965-66 Chuck Connors Western series Branded. Frankly, I was surprised by the number of people who remembered both the series and the song fondly. Did you know the series was created by the prolific Larry Cohen (e.g., The Invaders T... Read full article


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Quotes from

Rubriz: You young ones have not heard enough bullets to know the song of them. When I rode with Juarez, I heard them by the hundreds. Enough bullets to know their music.


Dad Travis: You got any friends?
Choya: My guns.
Dad Travis: Kinfolk?
Choya: My horse.


Rubriz: So what do they call you?
Choya: Choya.
Rubriz: Choya. It is a name I have heard. Not too often. Not with the biggest reputation. Small things with a gun.
Choya: Big enough that the Rangers want to do a little hanging.
Rubriz: Me they wish to hang a thousand times.


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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onJanuary 28, 1952 with Mona Freeman reprising her film role.
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