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Vengeance Valley
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Vengeance Valley 1951

From Amazon: The charms of DVD sometimes passeth understanding. Vengeance Valley is an 83-minute B Western directed (barely) by the dullest of MGM hacks, Richard Thorpe, and based on one of the genre's hoariest formulas--the bad natural son (Robert Walker), the good foster son (Burt Lancaster), and the range empire they respectively imperil and rescue. Everyone on board was marking time: Walker, who otherwise spent 1951 playing Bruno Anthony in Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train, and who would be dead within the year; Lancaster, whose glum performance hints at neither the gusto of his early-'50s swashbucklers nor the fact that he...

Directed By:
No image existsRichard Thorpe
Written By:
No image existsIrving Ravetch
No image existsBurt Lancaster
No image existsJoanne Dru
No image existsRobert Walker
No image existsSally Forrest
No image existsJohn Ireland
No image existsHugh O'Brian

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Vengeance Valley Movie Review by Derringer (2/22/2009)


Released in 1951, VENGEANCE VALLEY (V V) has got to be one of the slowest moving, drawn-out Westerns ever made. There's, literally, next to no action happening in this flick, whatsoever. Considering all the back-stabbing shennanigans that goes on in V V, instead of being plugged as a Western, V V is more suited...

(complete Vengeance Valley review by Derringer)

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