Grant MacLaine, a former railroad troubleshooter, lost his job after letting his outlaw brother, the Utica Kid, escape. After spending five years wandering the west and earning his living playing the accordion, he is given a second chance by his former boss.
- Stars:James Stewart, Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea, Dianne Foster, Elaine Stewart, Brandon De Wilde, Jay C. Flippen, Herbert Anderson, Robert J. Wilke, Hugh Beaumont, Jack Elam, Tommy Cook, Paul Fix, Olive Carey, James Flavin,
- Director:James Neilson,
- Writer:Borden Chase (screenplay), Norman A. Fox (based on a story by)
A fired railroad man is rehired and trusted to carry a 10,000 dollar payroll in secret, even though he is suspected of being connected to outlaws. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Night Passage torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This is bang average. The characters are annoying and the scares almost laughable. Its predictable and has a ridiculous ending. Avoid.
(us) wrote: Great boxing film about arguably the best boxer of all time.
(kr) wrote: It's a great time passer on tv . Too long. Clunky plot that takes too long to unspool. Bradley Cooper ialways pleases, Dennis Quaid is well-ravaged and Jeremy Irons is completely miscast.
(es) wrote: Well, i don't like the beginning. But surprisingly this 'sniper movie' got better in the end. I actually kinda like it. Overall, so-so..
(gb) wrote: This is definitely unlike anything I have ever seen before! That in itself is quite refreshing! It's also the first time I was made to feel uncomfortable over a sex scene.. granted it was between two cats! lol
(mx) wrote: When I rented it, I remember two words shot through my mind. Skeleton Key! But I still gave it a try. Why? shot through my mind when the end credits were scrolling up.
(jp) wrote: One of Eddy's best films (sans Jeanette MacDonald) features a screenplay by Ben Hecht(!) with plenty of singing and action.
(fr) wrote: Al Pacino was amazing in the movie. but that would be the only thing good thing about it