The Outrage (1964) was a Drama - Western Film directed by Martin Ritt and produced by Michael Kanin, Martin Ritt and A. Ronald Lubin.
Book Review--Magnificent Obsession: The Outrageous History of Film Buffs, Collectors, Scholars, and FanaticsBy KC on May 16, 2018 From Classic Movies
Magnificent Obsession: The Outrageous History of Film Buffs, Collectors, Scholars, and Fanatics Anthony Slide University Press of Mississippi, 2018 Even from the early days of film, cinema fanatics have existed in some form. Though not always known as film buffs, these mostly white, male, and socia... Read full article
The Outrage (1964)By Beatrice on Mar 4, 2018 From Flickers in Time
The Outrage Directed by Martin Ritt Written by Michael Kanin from the play by Michael and Fay Kanin and the screenplay for “Rashomon” by Akira Kurosawa based on the story by Shinobu Hashimoto 1964/USA Martin Ritt Productions First viewing/Netflix rental The story worked so well for Ku... Read full article
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Con Man: What happened?
Prospector: A man was murdered.
Con Man: Just one? A slow day!
Con Man: [Sarcastically to the Prospector] I never forget a face, young man, but in your case I'll make an exception.
Juan Carrasco: [to the Wife] Senora, you cook up the pot of tamales. I just peeck up the lid!
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