City of Bad Men

Overview

Unlike many westerns, City of Bad Men is placed within a specific historical time frame. The scene is Carson City, Nevada, in the year 1897. As the city prepares itself for the much-ballyhooed prizefight between Gentleman Jim Corbett and Bob Fitzsimmons, soldier-of-fortune Brett Stanton Dale Robertson rides into town with a few of his cronies. Stanton takes into consideration the enormous gate proceeds that the prizefight will yield and immediately begins formulating plans to steal the loot. He is deflected from ...
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Overview

Unlike many westerns, City of Bad Men is placed within a specific historical time frame. The scene is Carson City, Nevada, in the year 1897. As the city prepares itself for the much-ballyhooed prizefight between Gentleman Jim Corbett and Bob Fitzsimmons, soldier-of-fortune Brett Stanton Dale Robertson rides into town with a few of his cronies. Stanton takes into consideration the enormous gate proceeds that the prizefight will yield and immediately begins formulating plans to steal the loot. He is deflected from this by his former girlfriend Linda Culligan Jeanne Crain, whose good example sets Stanton on the right path. Corbett and Fitzsimmons are played, respectively, by ace stunt men John Day and Gil Perkins. Actual film footage exists of their legendary bout, and this brief ribbon of celluloid might make an interesting companion feature to City of Bad Men.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/28/2014
  • UPC: 024543934288
  • Original Release: 1953
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:21:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,630

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeanne Crain Linda Culligan
Dale Robertson Brett Stanton
Richard Boone John Ringo
Lloyd Bridges Gar Stanton
Carole Mathews Cynthia London
Carl Betz Phil Ryan
Whitfield Connor Jim London
Hugh Sanders Sheriff Gifford
Rodopho (Rudy) Acosta Mendoza
Pascual Garcia Pena Pig
Harry Carter Jack
Robert Adler Barney
John Doucette Cinch
Alan Dexter Flint
Don Haggerty Thrailkill
Gil Perkins Bob Fitzsimmons
John Day James Corbett
James Best Mr. Davis
Richard H. Cutting Mr. Davis
Douglas Evans William Brady
Kit Carson Deputy
Tom McDonough Deputy Tex
Charles B. Smith Henry
Harry Hines Stewpot
Jane Easton Singer in Saloon
Anthony Jochim Blister
Leo Curley Harry Wade
George Melford Old Timer
Charles Tannen Cashier
Gordon Nelson Doctor
Harry Brown
Budd Buster Old Timer
Barbara Fuller
Leo Gordon Russell
Joanne Dru Linda Culligan
Technical Credits
Harmon Jones Director
Charles G. Clarke Cinematographer
George W. George Screenwriter
George A. Gittens Editor
Leonard Goldstein Producer
Lionel Newman Score Composer
George F. Slavin Screenwriter
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