Man Without a Star (1955)

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A drifter working as foreman for an iron-fist female rancher must chose sides between his attractive employer and the other neighboring settlers who are mistreated by her.


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  • Kirk Douglas and Jeanne Crain in Man Without a Star (1955)
  • Kirk Douglas and William Campbell in Man Without a Star (1955)
  • Kirk Douglas and Jeanne Crain in Man Without a Star (1955)
  • Kirk Douglas and William Campbell in Man Without a Star (1955)
  • William Campbell in Man Without a Star (1955)

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18 November 1998 | Schryer
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| A very good western that's under-rated
This is probably my favorite Kirk Douglas western. Although it has plenty of action this is not just another action western. Rather it deals with the implacable transition of the west from open range available to all to individually-controlled patches of range that are fenced off with barbed wire. Dempsey Rae (Douglas' character) loves open range and keeps drifting north to avoid the barbed wire which destroys it. Finally, however, he realizes that the small ranchers must fence off the range to protect themselves from the massive herds of a greedy rancher and her ruthless foreman and helps string and protect the wire that he hates so thoroughly. I love this under-rated western.

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