Jed Cooper is falsely accused of murder, survives a lynch mob, and is then deputized to help round up the men who framed him - but Jed pursues his own vision of justice in this rowdy, violent western.
A man seeks revenge against the gang that tried to lynch him. Another decent Eastwood spaghetti western!
Veteran New York City police detectives must beat the clock to catch a serial killer.
"Millions Flee from Cities! End of the World!" From a Manhattan skyscraper, Ralph Burton (Harry Belafonte) surveys the emptiness announced by that chilling newspaper headline. Nuclear doomsday has come. Ralph is sure he is the last person alive. Then a woman (Inger Stevens) appears and the two form a cautious friendship that's threatened when a third survivor (Mel Ferrer) arrives.
A powerful and touching drama set in Chicago's vibrant Greek-American community, A Dream of Kings benefits from the regal talent of Anthony Quinn in a role he was born to play: Matsoukos, a proud, earthy optimist, very much like his unforgettable stage and screen Zorba. Determined to take his ailing son with him to Greece, Matsukos would move all creation to secure the travel money, even risk the hard-earned respect and love he's won as a community counselor. But that money will eventually come to Matsukos in an unexpected way. Under Daniel Mann's skilled direction, an impeccable cast - including Irene Papas as Matsukos' fiery wife, Sam Levene as his loyal friend and Inger Stevens as a lonely widow reawakened to life's potential - helps make Matsukos' world as real as your own neighborhood.
From the long opening scene, Cooper (Clint Eastwood) is in-effect tried by Wilson (Ed Begley) and henchmen (Alan Hale Jr., Bruce Dern, et al) in his first Hollywood Western starring role, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
The alpha and omega of Dennis Hopper's memorable if pointless appearance, as Marshal Bliss (Ben Johnson) is rounding up candidates for hanging, including Cooper (Clint Eastwood), in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
Reluctant nurse Evelyn (Inger Stevens) checks on lodging wounded outlaw Larkin (Henry Fonda), exchanging views and some secrets, in Firecreek, 1968.
For reasons not explained, shopkeeper Rachel (Inger Stevens) gets to inspect fugitives (including Cooper, Clint Eastwood) brought to town for hanging by Bliss (Ben Johnson), Judge Fenton (Pat Hingle) observing, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
Part-time sheriff Cobb (James Stewart) confronts thug Earl (Gary Lockwood) and meets gang-leader Larkin (Henry Fonda), hoping to avoid trouble in Firecreek, 1968.
Outlaws Norman (Jack Elam) and Earl (Gary Lockwood) are closing in on innocent Leah (Brooke Bundy) when their boss Larkin (Henry Fonda) rides up, early in Firecreek, 1968.
Madigan -- Open-ended Trailer from Universal Home Video
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