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Garden of Evil (1954) was a Western - Romance Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Charles Brackett and Saul Wurtzel.

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Garden of Evil (1954, Henry Hathaway)

on Dec 9, 2013 From The Stop Button

For a while it seems like the third act of Garden of Evil will make up for the rest of the film’s problems. Or at least give it somewhere to excel. Sadly, director Hathaway and screenwriter Frank Fention inexplicably tack on a terrible coda–tying into the title no less–and effectiv... Read full article


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Hooker: I guess if the earth were made of gold, men would die for a handful of dirt.


Fiske: [Seeing Leah feeding sugar to her horse] Look, you see that? Before this is over, you'll be just like that horse, eatin' right out of her hand.
Hooker: Maybe it isn't the woman. Maybe it's the sugar.


Hooker: A cross isn't a bad thing to see...it can be beautiful. And everybody has one.


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This is the only Western for which Bernard Herrmann composed a score.
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