The Last Hunt

The Last Hunt

Director: Richard Brooks Cast: Robert Taylor, Stewart Granger, Lloyd Nolan

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Overview

The Last Hunt

Set in the West of the late 19th century, Richard Brooks' film stars Robert Taylor as Charles Gilson, a brutal buffalo hunter who kills purely for sport and enjoyment. Stewart Granger portrays Sandy McKenzie, a former hunter on whom Gilson is seeking revenge.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/09/2012
UPC: 0883316448205
Original Release: 1956
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Archives
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 21,877

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Taylor Charles Gilson
James Stewart Sandy McKenzie
Lloyd Nolan Woodfoot
Debra Paget Indian Girl
Russ Tamblyn Jimmy
Constance Ford Peg
Joe de Santis Ed Black
Ainslie Pryor 1st Buffalo Hunter
Ralph Moody Indian Agent
Fred Graham Bartender
Ed Lonehill Spotted Hand
Roy Barcroft Barfly
Rosemary Johnston Woman
Jerry Martin Barber
William "Bill" Phillips Man
Dan White Deputy
Terry Wilson Buffalo Hunter

Technical Credits
Richard Brooks Director,Screenwriter
Daniele Amfitheatrof Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Russell Harlan Cinematographer
Ben Lewis Editor
Merrill Pye Art Director
Dore Schary Producer

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The Last Hunt 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
HillAllen More than 1 year ago
I'm glad to see this movie finally released on DVD. It is that rarity, a movie that is thought provoking and fun to watch. Much has been written about the fine performance of Robert Taylor who plays a killer full of contrdictions; for instance he hates Indians, but he wants an Indian woman to care about him, he respects his partner and wants that respect returned but will try to kill the partner. Watch this guy work the character. The performance you don't hear so much about is that of the Indian woman (Debra Paget). Her character is the sorce of conflict between Taylor character and his partner (Stewart Granger)and the motivation for Granger to becaome a better man. She does this with a minimum of dialogue, she's not supposed to speak english, body language, use of her eyes and force of personality. The film doesn't move if her character is not belivable and one you want to succeed. Everything changes once her character is on film. Fine job by an underused actress. I think you will enjoy this movie.