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A Bullet for Pretty Boy (15-Jul-1970)

Director: Larry Buchanan

Writers: Larry Buchanan; Tony Huston (as "Enrique Touceda"); Henry Rosenbaum

Musical Score by: Harley Hatcher

Producer: Larry Buchanan

Keywords: Crime, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
6-Feb-1943   50s teen idol, Turn Me Loose
Jackie Lane
16-May-1937   Tickle Me


Fabian   ...   Pretty Boy Floyd
Jackie Lane   ...   Betty
Astrid Warner   ...   Ruby
Michael Haynes   ...   Ned
Robert Glenn   ...   Hossler
Camilla Carr   ...   Helen
Anne MacAdams   ...   Beryl
Bill Thurman   ...   Huddy
Jeff Alexander   ...   Wallace
Desmond Dhooge   ...   Harvey
James Harrell   ...   Mr. Floyd
Hugh Feagin   ...   Jack
Gene Ross   ...   William
Jessie Lee Fulton   ...   Mrs. Floyd
Charlie Dell   ...   Charlie
Adam Roarke   ...   "Preacher"
Ed Lo Russo   ...   Bo
Frank DeBenedett   ...   Lester
Eddie Thomas   ...   Ben
Ethan Allen   ...   Seth
Troy K. Hoskins   ...   Sheriff Taylor
Lucky Mosley   ...   Deputy
Charles Redding   ...   Deputy
David Beuret   ...   Deputy
Walt Becklund   ...   Deputy
Ron Scott   ...   Deputy


Review by anonymous (posted on 21-Jun-2005)

I was an extra in this film, production started in 1969. I was one of the deputies in the film. It was a very enjoyable film to work on...the principals were all very congenial and cordial to work with. The film was shot in the Dallas area, with the bank robbery sequences filmed in Cradall, Texas. Other sites were in Dallas and at Lake Lewisville. I was living in Andrews, Texas and saw that the film was playing at the local theater. It was far from the best film that I have seen, but it was far from the worst. With more funding, it could have been a very good production. The chase scenes were very well done and the editing was good. Fabian Forte needed to be a little colder and ruthless. He came across as a nice guy. This a role in which a young Jack Nicholson would have excelled. The rest of the cast were also a little too "Pretty" and really did not depict the hardness of the times or the depression. A fair little film that with a few changes could have been good.

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