PG | | Comedy, Romance, Western
After spending 3 unforgettable hours with an outlaw, a beautiful young widow turns her story into a worldwide famous book.
The name of the dime store novel that Amanda (Jill Ireland) wrote was called "From Noon Till Three". The book's slogan / subtitle was "The true and tragic love story of Graham and Amanda". The number of printings it went to totaled to nine. The film represents ... ...
It's awful damn quiet.
When Amanda (Jill Ireland) has the confrontation with the villagers at her door, the sleeve of her dress disappears between frames leaving her with a bare arm.
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