Good Day for a Hanging

Good Day for a Hanging

As a youth, Eddie came into the town with his gang to rob the bank, but was caught and convicted. Marshal Ben helped him to become a honorable citizen. Now, many years later, the gang returns to again rob the bank. On their flight they shoot the Marshal. Eddie is the only one to identify the murderer - but is in doubt if he shall be loyal to his new or his old friends.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:1959
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   widow,   trial,  

After claiming his daughter's childhood-sweetheart killed the marshal, one man finds himself in conflict with his daughter, his fiancée and many of the townsfolk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Good Day for a Hanging torrent reviews

Steve K (gb) wrote: I have to give at least some credit to any film willing to hire Burt Young and William Forsythe, but beyond their all too brief screen time, this film is silly, illogical, and poorly paced.

Don S (ag) wrote: Mildly interesting vampire flick. Sticks to too many conventions and doesn't take any chances at all. Story is very simple making it easy to follow. Disappointing for a Craven backed vehicle. Ending leaves you hanging; they obviously decided they were making a third installment while making this one, because the story just ends without resolution. Enjoyed the brooding performance of Lee and was pleased with Neal's work as well.

Antonio P (br) wrote: This little known film changed my life. I think if anyone watches this they'll understand me alot more.

Johnny K (de) wrote: A disturbing Japanese Giallo. There are some good scares in it and I was thrilled during the viewing.

Abel D (kr) wrote: Not among Simon and Ross' funniest collaborations, 'Pictures' still serves as a moderately amusing romp through the ups and downs of Tinseltown life. A dynamic lead trio and enough quick banter help cover its rather simple tale of father & daughter reunion.

Ed Q (br) wrote: "Memories of Underdevelopment" utilizes a bold collage technique to examine a selfish man's refusal to accept Cuba's post-Batista society. Fantasies, flashbacks, and an illuminating inner-monologue reveal his love of constructed commodity and hatred of natural order, which leads to emotional isolation in the wake of the revolution.

ERIC C (ru) wrote: A brilliant little film ...

Etta W (de) wrote: good movie. entertaining.