A Day of Fury (1956)

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When gunslinger Jagade arrives in a law-abiding god-fearing town he manages to turn the townsfolk into scoff-law sinners while the town Marshal is powerless due to a moral debt to Jagade.


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6 May 2006 | ccthemovieman-1
| Not One Of The Better Westerns
This movie was similar to Audie Murphy's "No Name On The Bullet," but it was better....but not by a whole lot. It was still too talky for a western.

The hero of the story, played by Jock Mahoney, was very bland and the female lead, played by Mara Corday, also offered little. The villain was the only interesting character. Dale Robertson played him. Mahoney and Robertson went on to star with TV westerns that were good.

The movie is only 72 minutes but really doesn't a whole lot, story-wise. You might see it on TV as it has never been issued on VHS or DVD. Since it's a free look, fine, but I don't think you'll be too impressed.

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