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Watch what happens to the women... watch the west explode!Jul. 01, 195992 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Cowboys and ranchers have to put their differences aside when a gang of outlaws, led by army captain Jack Bruhn, decide to spend the night in a little Western town.
Plot: Blaise Starrett is a rancher at odds with homesteaders when outlaws hold up the small town. The outlaws are held in check only by their notorious leader, but he is diagnosed with a fatal wound and the town is a powder keg waiting to blow.
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There are things worse, ma’am, than dancing with lonely men.

Cowboys and ranchers must stick together when a gang of outlaws ride into town intent on causing trouble and abusing the town. Even though the outlaw leader, ex army Captain Jack Bruhn has them under some sort of control, salvation may have to come from the moody Blaise Starrett, who has his own secret agendas to deal with.

Day Of The Outlaw (poor title not befitting the quality of the film) is directed by André De Toth (“Ramrod”, “Crime Wave” & “House of Wax”) and stars Robert Ryan, Burl Ives & Tina Louise. Adapted from the novel written by Lee E. Wells, it’s a film that is crying out to be seen by more people, especially those with an aversion to Westerns. For although grounded in Western tradition, it comes across more as a moody film noir piece in a cold wintry Western setting

The atmosphere throughout hangs heavy like a weighted burden, with this tiny tin pot town in the snowy swept mountains photographed starkly by Russell Harlan. This is some out of the way place that nobody but its small inhabitants care about (appropriately it’s called Bitters), and even those that do are probably doing so more out of ill judged loyalty to having not tasted something else before.

Robert Ryan was a terrific actor, often only mentioned when talk turns to famous pictures like “The Wild Bunch” & “The Dirty Dozen”, but it’s with performances like here, or “The Set-Up” & “Crossfire”, that he really puts a depth and critical layers to his talent. Burl Ives is also great, his weary and scarred Bruhn is almost in empathy with Starrett and the townsfolk, so much so, we are never quite sure just how this picture will end.

Tina Louise rounds out the leads, and apart from being an incredibly sexy woman, she does some great facial acting here, particularly during a section of the pic where the outlaws demand dances with the ladies. This is laden with a vile undercurrent, with Louise perfectly portraying the threat with acting gravitas. With astute directing and acting to match the bleak and sombre soaked story, “Day Of The Outlaw” comes highly recommended to fans of atmospheric enveloped cinema. 9/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 9 Date: 2020-02-22
_**Robert Ryan and Ginger stuck in a snowy mountain town beleaguered by rogues**_

A tough cattleman (Robert Ryan) in bleak Bitters, Wyoming, is willing to use deadly force to stop a rancher (Alan Marshal) who’s fencing-in the area, but a band of rogue cavalry men led by Capt. Jack Bruhn (Burl Ives) interrupt their quarrel. Tina Louise plays the rancher’s wife, Venetia Stevenson a girl in the town and David Nelson a reasonable member of the gang.

“Day of the Outlaw” (1959) is a B&W psychological Western shot in the Oregon Cascades. It’s similar to Westerns from the same period by Anthony Mann and Budd Boetticher, not to mention just as good or better. The protagonist (Ryan) isn’t a hero, but rather a tortured man ready to make a last stand; meanwhile Bruhn (Ives) isn’t wholly corrupted and still has some sense of nobility. Several of his hardened men, however, have clearly crossed over into the dark side.

Tina Louise, who would play Ginger from Gilligan’s Island in 5-6 years, is younger & cuter here while Venetia Stevenson is nimble and winsome. You might remember Venetia from her jaw-dropping role in “The City of the Dead,” aka “Horror Hotel” (1960).

Director Andre DeToth was having personal problems at the time of shooting and it affected the mood of the set, plus there were other issues, like snowstorm delays, Ryan missing a week due to pneumonia and DeToth changing his mind about scene locations at the last minute, etc. Perhaps the biggest problem was that the budget was low and, when they ran out of finances, DeToth & crew just packed-up and went back to Los Angeles.

Producers & editors had to make do with what was shot, which explains some weaknesses here and there. Scriptwriter Philip Yordan lamented “what could have been.”

The movie runs 1 hour, 32 minutes, and was shot in central Oregon at Dutchman Flat & Todd Lake Meadows about 20 miles east of the town of Bend in late November thru early December, 1958.

GRADE: B+/A-

Review By: Wuchak Rating: 8 Date: 2021-12-27
There are things worse, ma’am, than dancing with lonely men.
Cowboys and ranchers must stick together when a gang of outlaws ride into town intent on causing trouble and abusing the town. Even though the outlaw leader, ex army Captain Jack Bruhn has them under some sort of control, salvation may have to come from the moody Blaise Starrett, who has his own secret agendas to deal with.

Day Of The Outlaw (poor title not befitting the quality of the film) is directed by André De Toth (“Ramrod”, “Crime Wave” & “House of Wax”) and stars Robert Ryan, Burl Ives & Tina Louise. Adapted from the novel written by Lee E. Wells, it’s a film that is crying out to be seen by more people, especially those with an aversion to Westerns. For although grounded in Western tradition, it comes across more as a moody film noir piece in a cold wintry Western setting

The atmosphere throughout hangs heavy like a weighted burden, with this tiny tin pot town in the snowy swept mountains photographed starkly by Russell Harlan. This is some out of the way place that nobody but its small inhabitants care about (appropriately it’s called Bitters), and even those that do are probably doing so more out of ill judged loyalty to having not tasted something else before.

Robert Ryan was a terrific actor, often only mentioned when talk turns to famous pictures like “The Wild Bunch” & “The Dirty Dozen”, but it’s with performances like here, or “The Set-Up” & “Crossfire”, that he really puts a depth and critical layers to his talent. Burl Ives is also great, his weary and scarred Bruhn is almost in empathy with Starrett and the townsfolk, so much so, we are never quite sure just how this picture will end.

Tina Louise rounds out the leads, and apart from being an incredibly sexy woman, she does some great facial acting here, particularly during a section of the pic where the outlaws demand dances with the ladies. This is laden with a vile undercurrent, with Louise perfectly portraying the threat with acting gravitas. With astute directing and acting to match the bleak and sombre soaked story, “Day Of The Outlaw” comes highly recommended to fans of atmospheric enveloped cinema. 9/10

Review By: hitchcockthelegend Rating: 9 Date: 2009-03-06
Burl Ives not Santa Claus, no Merry Christmas here
This movie has a common plot. Man goes away to take care of business and comes back home to find the townspeople he helped look at him as the enemy. Basically a bunch of turnips. But this movie was not anywhere common as most of these coming home movies are.

Excellent movie. This is a great example on how a good movie can be made without being over exaggerated when violence is a crucial part of the story. The way Robert Ryan took care of the bandits means that some one actually took time to think out of the box and not have the usual solution for these types of movies. I won’t say what happens but it was a genius plan. The whole cast was excellent include David Nelson. Frank DeKova was no Chief Iron Eagle on F Troop. IMO Robert Ryan can do no wrong. I want to add Burl Ives was in this movie as the head of the bandits. People think of him and they think he is some type of children movie actor. Not the case Burl Ives IMO was one of the greatest character actors around and he usually played a not too nice of a person.

Review By: marbleann Rating: 8 Date: 2012-09-27

Other Information:

Original Title Day of the Outlaw
Release Date 1959-07-01
Release Year 1959

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min)
Budget 400000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Western
Director André De Toth
Writer Lee E. Wells, Philip Yordan
Actors Robert Ryan, Burl Ives, Tina Louise
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Sound)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length 2,512 m (Netherlands)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Day of the Outlaw 1959 123movies
Original title Day of the Outlaw
TMDb Rating 6.7 56 votes

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