The Violent Men (1955) was a Western - Action Film directed by Rudolph Mat? and produced by Lewis J. Rachmil.
The Violent Men (1955) and Rockefellers on The RangeBy 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 1, 2020 From 4 Star Films
The Violent Men is an age-old tale of cattle wars on the range. The local apothecary warns about Wilkerson a man from the long tradition of land eaters. There are only two choices: run or stand and fight. Before we ever see him, his cronies are messing around town. In the town’s main street th... Read full article
The Violent Men (1955)By Beatrice on Mar 16, 2016 From Flickers in Time
The Violent Men Directed by Rudolph Mat? Written by Harry Kleiner from a novel by Donald Hamilton 1955/USA Columbia Pictures Corporation First viewing/Netflix rental Edward G. Robinson and some outstanding action sequences add spice to an otherwise fairly routine Western. John Parrish (Glenn Ford... Read full article
The Violent Men (1955)By Lindsey on Jan 26, 2015 From The Motion Pictures
This film was viewed for the Barbara Stanwyck Filmography Project. To read more reviews from this project or check out the progress so far, visit TMP on Listography! John Parrish (Glenn Ford) is a veteran of the American Civil War. He’s spent the past three years recovering from the war and wo... Read full article
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John Parrish: You don't have enough money to buy me out or enough men to drive me out.
[No one attends Wade Matlock's funeral]
John Parrish: Matlock wasn't the kind to have any friends after he was dead.
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'Edward G. Robinson' may seem oddly cast in a western, but he was a rush replacement for 'Broderick Crawford' who early on in shooting fell off his horse and was injured. Robinson would later appear in the western Cheyenne Autumn, this time replacing the ill Spencer Tracy who had to bail out.
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