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Three Violent People (1956) was a Western - Drama Film directed by Rudolph Mat? and produced by Hugh Brown.

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Three Violent People (1956) with Charlton Heston and Anne Baxter

By Orson De Welles on Jan 8, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!Three Violent People seems like an intriguing film at its surface- and the collateral promotional material supports this thinking. On viewing, however, you get the sense that it is really a ‘B’ picture with an ‘A’ cast. True, or no? By the standards of the day, the... Read full article


Three Violent People (1956) with Charlton Heston and Anne Baxter

By Orson De Welles on Jan 8, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!Three Violent People seems like an intriguing film at its surface- and the collateral promotional material supports this thinking. On viewing, however, you get the sense that it is really a ‘B’ picture with an ‘A’ cast. True, or no? By the standards of the day, the... Read full article


Three Violent People: A Lesson in Forgiveness

By Aurora on Aug 18, 2013 From Once Upon a Screen

This is a special guest post by?Maegan?@MaesMusings? If you?ve ever found yourself shipping?Moses and Nefretiri, then you?ve probably wondered whether Charlton Heston?and Anne Baxter ?ever teamed up again in a film where you didn?t feel so wrong for wanting them to be together.? That?s how I found T... Read full article


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In one scene, Colt Saunders (Charlton Heston) leans against a rustic mantelpiece in his family home. Over the mantelpiece are two portraits, a seated woman and a standing military officer. These paintings were done from photos of Heston's parents so they would bear a family resemblance.
Produced immediately after Charlton Heston completed The Ten Commandments and reunited him with co-star Anne Baxter. This was Heston's last film under his original Paramount contract. He felt that Tom Tryon, who was cast as his brother, was not right for the part. However, because "The Ten Commandments" had not yet been released, Heston hadn't yet achieved the star clout necessary to demand cast changes.
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