Monte Walsh

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Overview

Monte Walsh (Lee Marvin ) and his pal Chet Rollins (Jack Palance) are two over the hill cowboys seeking work in the town of Harmony, Arizona in the final days of the Old West. They take a job at the ranch of Cal Brennan (Jim Davis) and meet an old friend Shorty (Mitch Ryan). Monte goes off to visit old flame Martine (Jean Moreau), a saloon girl suffering from tuberculosis. The ranch closes and Chet marries Mary Eagle (Allyn Ann McLerie), a widow who owns a profitable hardware store. He tries to talk Monte in to ...
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Overview

Monte Walsh (Lee Marvin ) and his pal Chet Rollins (Jack Palance) are two over the hill cowboys seeking work in the town of Harmony, Arizona in the final days of the Old West. They take a job at the ranch of Cal Brennan (Jim Davis) and meet an old friend Shorty (Mitch Ryan). Monte goes off to visit old flame Martine (Jean Moreau), a saloon girl suffering from tuberculosis. The ranch closes and Chet marries Mary Eagle (Allyn Ann McLerie), a widow who owns a profitable hardware store. He tries to talk Monte in to giving up his cowboy life and settling down. He asks Martine to marry him, but she declines and cites her deteriorating health as the reason for her refusal. Monte goes on a drinking binge and rides a wild horse through town. He is indignant when a rodeo owner offers him a job. Monte states he would rather spit on himself that resort to such degrading work. Shorty is soon unemployed and guns down local lawman (LeRoy Johnson). Distraught after the death of his beloved Martine, Monte goes after Shorty when he guns down Chet. This film marks the directorial debut for cameraman William A. Fraker.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/16/2010
  • UPC: 097368958241
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,814

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lee Marvin Monte Walsh
Jeanne Moreau Martine Bernard
Jack Palance Chet Rollins
Mitchell Ryan Shorty Austin
Jim Davis Cal Brennan
John Bear Hudkins Sonny Jacobs
G.D. Spradlin Hat Henderson
John R. McKee Petey Williams
Michael Conrad Dally Johnson
Bo Hopkins Jumpin' Joe Joslin
Matt Clark Rufus Brady
Allyn Ann McLerie Mary Eagle
John McLiam Fightin' Joe Hooker
Henry Escalante
Guy Wilkerson Old Man
Raymond Guth Sunfish Perkins
Ted Gehring Skimpy Eagans
Billy Green Bush Powder Kent
Eric Christmas Col. Wilson
Charles Tyner Doctor
Jack Colvin Card Cheat
Fred M. Waugh Cowboy
Leroy Johnson Marshal
Roy Barcroft Saloon Proprietor
Thomas Heaton Sugar Wyman
Richard Farnsworth Cowboy
John Carter Farmer
Technical Credits
William A. Fraker Director
Phillip Abramson Set Decoration/Design
John Barry Score Composer
Albert Brenner Costumes/Costume Designer, Production Designer
Richard Brockway Editor
Ray Daniels Editor
Hal David Score Composer
Gene Fowler Jr. Editor
David Zelag Goodman Screenwriter
Lukas Heller Screenwriter
Hal Landers Producer
Emile LaVigne Makeup
George Peckham Special Effects
Ward Preston Art Director
Bobby Roberts Producer
Jack Roe Asst. Director
David M. Walsh Cinematographer
Robert Wolfe Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Monte Walsh
1. Chapter 1 [2:35]
2. Chapter 2 [10:58]
3. Chapter 3 [9:54]
4. Chapter 4 [8:58]
5. Chapter 5 [8:21]
6. Chapter 6 [9:53]
7. Chapter 7 [12:16]
8. Chapter 8 [9:40]
9. Chapter 9 [9:48]
10. Chapter 10 [8:35]
11. Chapter 11 [6:28]
12. Chapter 12 [1:28]
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Disc #1 -- Monte Walsh
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  • Posted October 27, 2013

    A moving and enjoyable look at the end of the cowboy ere. Moving

    A moving and enjoyable look at the end of the cowboy ere. Moving performaces by Marvin and Palance. These two guys ARE what the west was about, or maybe it's what I want to believe it was like. Remember, "You can't be a Cowboy Forever". It's a beautiful film with a great soundtrack and song by Mama Cass.

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