To the Last Man

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Previously filmed in 1923, Zane Grey's To the Last Man manages to pack plenty of A-level production values into what was essentially a B-picture budget. In the years following the Civil War, Kentucky man Lynn Hayden Randolph Scott moves his family to Nevada, partly to start life anew, but mostly to leave behind the bloody family feud between the Haydens and the Colbys. This, alas, is not to be: once in Nevada, Hayden lands in the middle of a war between cattlemen and sheepherders -- a war involving the same two ...
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Previously filmed in 1923, Zane Grey's To the Last Man manages to pack plenty of A-level production values into what was essentially a B-picture budget. In the years following the Civil War, Kentucky man Lynn Hayden Randolph Scott moves his family to Nevada, partly to start life anew, but mostly to leave behind the bloody family feud between the Haydens and the Colbys. This, alas, is not to be: once in Nevada, Hayden lands in the middle of a war between cattlemen and sheepherders -- a war involving the same two families. The film's title is grimly accurate: virtually no one is left standing at the end of the film. The superb supporting cast includes Esther Ralston as heroine Ellen Colby seen to excellent advantage in a semi-nude swimming sequence!, Jack LaRue and Noah Beery Sr. as the slimy villains, and Shirley Temple in a small part. In addition to its many other plusses, To the Last Man introduces a novel method of billing the actors: each player is introduced by name as he or she appears on-screen.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2005
  • UPC: 785604210795
  • Original Release: 1933
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  • Source: Roan Archival Group
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:10:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Randolph Scott Lynn Hayden
Esther Ralston Ellen Colby
Larry "Buster" Crabbe Bill Hayden
Jack LaRue Jim Daggs
Noah Beery Sr. Jed Colby
Barton MacLane Neil Stanley
Muriel Kirkland Molly Hayden
Fuzzy Knight Jeff Morley
Gail Patrick Ann Hayden Stanley
Egon Brecher Mark Hayden
James C. Eagles Ely Bruce
Eugénie Besserer Granny Spelvin
Harlan Knight Grandpa Spelvin
Erville Alderson Judge
James Burke Sheriff
Harry Cording Joe Malone
Richard Dix
Cullen Johnson Bill Hayden as a Child
Russell Powell Greaves
Shirley Temple Mary Stanley
Jay Ward Lynn Hayden as a Child
Delmar Watson Tad Standing
Rosita Butler Ann Hayden as a Child
John Carradine Pete Garon
Technical Credits
Henry Hathaway Director
Jack Cunningham Screenwriter
Earl Hedrick Art Director
Harold Hurley Producer
Benjamin F. Reynolds Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Hot Off the Press [9:46]
2. On the Trail [11:08]
3. Conflict at the Post [10:07]
4. Morning on the Range [2:12]
5. Time to Settle [16:38]
6. Posse [15:57]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Chapter Select
   Bonus Materials
      Episode of "The Last Frontier" Star - Ring Lon Chaney Jr.
      Radiation March
   Film Background
   Credits
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