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Seven Men from Now (4-Aug-1956)

Director: Budd Boetticher

Writer: Burt Kennedy

Music Composed and Conducted by: Henry Vars

Producers: Andrew V. McLaglen; Robert E. Morrison

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Larch
Actor
4-Oct-1914 16-Oct-2005 Character actor
Lee Marvin
Actor
19-Feb-1924 29-Aug-1987 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Gail Russell
Actor
21-Sep-1924 26-Aug-1961 Angel and the Badman
Randolph Scott
Actor
23-Jan-1898 2-Mar-1987 Ride the High Country
Stuart Whitman
Actor
1-Feb-1926   Cimarron Strip

CAST

Randolph Scott   ...   Ben Stride
Gail Russell   ...   Annie Greer
Lee Marvin   ...   Bill Masters
With
Walter Reed   ...   John Greer
John Larch   ...   Bodeen
Donald Barry   ...   Clete
Fred Graham   ...   Henchman
John Beradino   ...   Clint
John Phillips   ...   Jed
Chuck Roberson   ...   Mason
Stuart Whitman   ...   Lieutenant
Pamela Duncan   ...   Seņorita
Steve Mitchell   ...   Fowler
Cliff Lyons   ...   Henchman
Fred Sherman   ...   Prospector

REVIEWS

Review by Mike Linaker (posted on 13-Sep-2007)

Last night I sat and watched SEVEN MEN FROM NOW. It has been released, on DVD, after a long absence. Randolph Scott, always good. Very stoic hero, with little to say but a good screen presence. Lee Marvin, playing his usual tricky character as the good/bad guy. Other bad guy is John Larch. The female character was played by Gail Russell. Very understated performance by a very attractive actress. Scott played his usual character of a man on a quest for vengeance against the men who killed his wife during a robbery. Script was by Burt Kennedy. A good, literate script with some telling lines. Directed by Budd Boetticher. This was one of the batch of movies made by Boetticher and Scott. Some fabulous scenery. Desert and semi-mountain backgrounds. By contrast some lush locations too. Flawless photography. Made in 1956. It runs for 78 minutes, but every one of those short minutes is worth it. I'd spent a busy afternoon at the keyboard, so mug of coffee in hand I settled down and thoroughly enjoyed the movie, coming away satisfied. A great Western and a great way to unwind. Highly recommended.


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