The Marshal


Action / Biography / Comedy / Drama / History / Western

Plot summary

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Robert Carradine Photo
Robert Carradine as Frank James
Lana Wood Photo
Lana Wood as Ms. Darling
Johnny Crawford Photo
Johnny Crawford as William S. Hart
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932.35 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 56 min
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1.72 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 56 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rocknstv3 / 10

Not Good

Three stars, only because of Robert Carradine, Don Collier, Darby Hinton and Johnny Crawford. Sorry, but a ridiculous premise. Over acting, bad acting, bad guys trying too hard to be ornery. I was ready to turn it off, if not to keep watching for Johnny Crawford to show up. Sadly, he's not featured long. Had to turn it off.

I wonder if Target was approached to sponsor this. I love Westerns, but not this one.

Reviewed by kwenchow1 / 10

Too long, too slow, too many blackout scene! Bored to freaking death! Avoid at all cost!

This film start at 1915 Oklahoma, a man "Pepper" causing havoc at a bar and a marshal "Bill" appear and stop him scene! As turnout, this film is about a director want Bill using real prisoner to star in a robbery film! And three guy(Cole, Frank and Murphy) want to rob the bank in real! Entire film too slow and too many blackout scene! Bored to death! Barely funny scene is, Pepper shooting the director and ask him to dance! Barely intense scene is at the ending of the film! Have some explosion, shooting and punching scene! At the end, Murphy fight with Bill and Bill hang him to death! Still have a post credit scene! Three man mocking the making of the robbery film! That's it! Completely wasting time to watch!

Reviewed by catran-0537410 / 10

Westerns - as they should be

We had the pleasure of screening this film at The Memphis Film Festival...and thoroughly enjoyed it! There was comedy, but subtle, not slapstick. There was violence, but not gory. There was very little cursing and no nudity. How refreshing! A fun family film! Highlights were Darby Hinton as Cole Younger, and Johnny Crawford, who lit up the screen in his small role. Dan Searles wrote the book (based on a true story) and made it come to life onscreen. I hope there's a sequel!

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