Gunslinger Rory Calhoun dispenses his own brand of justice in this action-packed Western adventure costarring Rod Cameron and Ruta Lee. It's been three years since gunfighter Blaine Madden (Calhoun) visited his hometown. So when he warns the Sully brothers to stop harassing the town drunk, they shoot the old man dead, not realizing he's Madden's father. Killing them both, Madden is badly wounded by the sheriff (Cameron) but escapes to an outlaw haven where the law fears to tread and prepares what may be his last stand. Written by Jo Heims (Play Misty for Me), The Gun Hawk was the final film directed by Edward Ludwig, whose nearly 50-year career spanned over 100 shorts, TV episodes and features, including the John Wayne hits The Fighting Seabees, Wake of the Red Witch and Big Jim McLain.
Writer:Jo Heims (screenplay), Richard Bernstein (story), Max Steeber (story)
Gunslinger Rory Calhoun dispenses his own brand of justice in this action-packed Western adventure costarring Rod Cameron and Ruta Lee. It's been three years since gunfighter Blaine Madden ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vanessa S (kr) wrote: Made me a fan of Rodriguez after watching this. Awesome soundtrack.
Riku F (mx) wrote: Finally I watched this movie. My first interest lays on JJH. This is totally different with the other movies that he has ever been played in. This is fun! The singing scenes are soooooo adorable. At first, I thought it will be a gay movie then i 've found out that it's not focus of the story although most of this movie's scenes are related to that stuff. Honestly, it's a bit confusing to see this movie because each character has its own story and it's all wrapped in one movie but this is freakin' good.
Kevin T (br) wrote: Fun with some interesting stories about caring for one another and oneself. Not my opinion of a Palm D'or but still recommendable. Still like Silent Light far better.
Georgian S (fr) wrote: The film opens up with 5 Days after Civil War ends, or suppose to have. Something goes down and the blame is put on Ben's (Cage) father or grandfather. So we assume our places whereby to free the father, they have to find the book and to find that we have to get the clues. Ben has to "Kidnap the President of the United States(Greenwood)". I found this sequel much better ACTION, however, the title of the sequel could be revisited as in the first one, they had a set goal of looking for a map, they found it, then the clues. Whereas this one they were looking for a Book of Secrets, BUT the clues were ELSEWHERE, meaning where was the need for the book? Music was wonderful a pleasure to listen to in the background. The President of the United States gives the crew a Presidential Pardon for Ben's grandfather . They were "accredited for this discovery".
Marcie C (jp) wrote: Jonathan Tucker is excellant
Matt S (ag) wrote: Don't your dare push the "do not press" button!
Gilles E (gb) wrote: 1 star more for the presence of Shu Qi pour la prsence Shu Qi ^_^
Nicolette B (ag) wrote: it's weird how the bad guy was probably the most right..
Javis C (es) wrote: I may say that this movie is one of the most impresive, violent, dark but painful true, movie I've ever watched, because the movie does not only talks about an artist but about the society too, it shows how difficult was to live in that time, and worse if you are an artist.
Muhammad K (us) wrote: Great movie, just like a Alfred Hitchcock's movie
Lucas B (gb) wrote: Thought this movie was hilarious and very fun to watch.
Caio A (au) wrote: This infamous picture can without a doubt be placed among the most revolutionary in Hollywood's history. It's production, art and tact resulted in the creation of an ahead of its time masterpiece.
Brian C (br) wrote: Great story and very interesting villain. Too bad the acting was so bad and flat