Star in the Dust

Star in the Dust

The sheriff of Gunlock is planning to hang Sam Hall, who shot three farmers found on cattle land, at sundown. At the casino, betting is 8 to 3 he won't make it. The cattlemen are set to rescue Sam; the farmers hope to lynch him before he can be rescued; and Hall schemes for escape with his girl Nellie. But Sheriff Jorden is most concerned with finding out who hired Hall: a leading suspect is the sheriff's future brother-in-law.

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Livia B (ca) wrote: Para quem eh fa da serie, vale a pena saber como Sam deixou a Marinha Americana

Sharon A (es) wrote: Disappointing, I had expected a better film than this. That being said, it was more mature in it's dealing with the subject matter than what I expected.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Bryan W (gb) wrote: Though not technically a breathtaking or original effort, this film nevertheless features the same kind of visual beauty as its spiritual ancestor Koyaanisqatsi. Putting this on in the background of a party or gathering is nearly equivalent to having expensive art on the walls.

Bill J (fr) wrote: Charles Bronson's finest movie in my mind.

Allan C (mx) wrote: Entertaining, though not a classic, Tennessee Williams' film adaptation comedy about newlyweds working things out. George Roy Hill directed and Jane Fonda makes one of her early film appearances. The film had a good cast, but the film never really grabbed me.

Dawn G (es) wrote: comical horror! you will die laughing!

Kyle M (us) wrote: Maybe sad like Disney's "Old Yeller," but with a triumph ending. I can't bare to watch the dogs' misadventures when they're alone, it's just truly sad and hard to watch. (C)

HungYa L (kr) wrote: Hmmm, probably a totally unnecessary part III but i guess in this day and age, it seems almost mandatory to make a trilogy. I would like to go back to the first one.

Eliabeth F (br) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. I know the entire script by heart and still laugh at it the whole time. It actually makes me hate James Franco that he talks about regretting taking the role. Jerk.