5 Card Stud (1968)

PG   |    |  Mystery, Romance, Western


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The players in an ongoing poker game are being mysteriously killed off, one by one.


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  • "Five Card Stud," Dean Martin and Inger Stevens. 1968 Paramount
  • "Five Card Stud," Dean Martin. 1968 Paramount
  • "Five Card Stud," Dean Martin. 1968 Paramount
  • "Five Card Stud," Dean Martin. 1968 Paramount
  • "Five Card Stud," Dean Martin. 1968 Paramount
  • Robert Mitchum and Dean Martin in 5 Card Stud (1968)

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9 November 2012 | danc-26
Fun, but not deep
The musical score was at times interesting, at times odd and out of place. Martin and Mitchum are fun to watch. McDowell as the villain is not the best casting choice, but he does have a sniveling quality that works. It was one of the last westerns with a polished, studio look; at that time, westerns were beginning to take on a gritty, rough-around-the-edges, contemporary feel. Denver Pyle is always a welcome ingredient in any western. The plot is interesting: Who will be the last man standing? Some of the scenes were staged poorly, but some of the dialogue was snappy. There were a few leaps of logic, but I was impressed that ammunition was referred to correctly as "cartridges," not as "bullets."

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Release Date:

22 November 1968

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Mexico City, Mexico

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