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Walking Tall 1973

From Amazon: Weirdly marketed as a right-wing screed upon its initial release in 1973, Walking Tall is really a tragic, shockingly violent post-noir film based on various legends surrounding real-life Southern sheriff Buford Pusser. Joe Don Baker (The Natural) gives a powerful performance as Pusser, who took on determined forces of crime and corruption in his town at great personal expense. Directed with an intentionally crude force by Phil Karlson (Kansas City Confidential), one of the toughest filmmakers of the 1950s, the film's grimness does not let up, but in the end it is more likely to break hearts than turn stomachs. ...

Directed By:
No image existsPhil Karlson
Written By:
No image existsMort Briskin
No image existsJoe Don Baker
No image existsElizabeth Hartman
No image existsNoah Beery Jr.
No image existsGene Evans
No image existsRosemary Murphy
No image existsFelton Perry

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Walking Tall Movie Review by ManMachine (4/22/2018)

For anyone out there who might be thinking about "walking tall" themselves - Here's my advice - (If you carry a big stick) - You sure as hell better know how to use it!

1973's "Walking Tall" (which was a fictionalized account of real-life incidents) was truly something of a novelty for a Hollywood film. Instead of...

(complete Walking Tall review by ManMachine)

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