I'm so glad I did and am now searching for the movie so I can buy it. The ranch is owned by a beautiful widow, Amanda Starbuck Jill Ireland. Some new release movies become unavailable for downloading for a limited time due to licensing restrictions. Jill Ireland is also very good, at first playing an uptight widow, trying to withold the reputation of a much older and well reputationed dead husband. She thinks Graham should ride out and help them. After he gets out of jail, he takes a trip back to the town, and if things weren't already crazy, they get crazier. Not only has he lost Amanda, the secret of his real identity is lost for good.
Sparks fly and the couple hit it off. She succeeds three times, once in a local swim hole, and we get to see Charles Bronson half naked in his prime! If word got out that Graham was alive, the legend of Graham and Amanda would be done for. In the film, Graham Dorsey Charles Bronson is the leader of a gang of criminals who are planning to rob a small town bank. For more information, go to the. Ireland is just gorgeous and Bronson almost attacks her but then goes for a sympathy play, you can see the wheels in Bronson's head turning, as he faces the camera with a smug smile, skillfully acted I might add and tells Ireland of his impotency and how he doesn't think he would've been able to make love to her anyway.
The house is owned by Amanda, a beautiful young widow who catches the eye of gang member Graham Dorsey. They try at the ranch of the widow Amanda Starbuck. Unfortunately, Dorsey's men run into issues and Graham must leave to help his fellow criminals. Is Graham gone for good, or was Amanda part of an elaborate ruse? The film was directed and written by Frank D. They even dance to Amanda's music box, with Graham wearing Mr.
Good script, weak direction but Bronson is likeable. Graham eludes them when he comes upon a traveling dentist, exchanges clothes with him at gunpoint, and steals his horse and wagon. An outlaw in a bank robbing band arrives at a stately manor house to water their horses. But instead of joy, Amanda is confused and worried. If you want to see Charles Bronson half naked, with a physique of a man 20 years younger, making love - three times -- this is the movie for you.
Pay-Per-View videos will become available to watch once the event starts, will be available for replay for 24 hours following the event, and are not available for download. Bronson has a brief romance with Ireland who, believing him dead, fictionalizes their relationship in a series of books and builds the mediocre Dorsey into a western hero. Graham thinks this is a way for him to be able to stay with her and get away from the gang. Amanda fears Dorsey has died and the townspeople judge her for her involvement with him. Gilroy also wrote the book that the movie is based on. Charles Bronson ends up in jail for different reasons where he finds out that he has become a legend and of course ties to tell people that's he's that person, and if things weren't already crazy they get crazier. A neighbor boy stops by to tell Amanda about an attempted bank robbery.
I was channel surfing and was lucky enough to catch this movie at the very beginning. The house is owned by Amanda, a beautiful young widow who catches the eye of gang member Graham Dorsey. After much coercing he decides to play along and rides out, intending only to have a long nap. He tries to forget what has happened, but there are reminders everywhere. At first Amanda is ostracized by the townspeople. On the way to the heist, Dorsey needs a new horse. There's a hilarious scene while Bronson is in jail and overhears one of the inmates talking about the legend and how he knew Bronson's character.
The house is owned by Amanda, a beautiful young widow who catches the eye of gang member Graham Dorsey. When he does so, Amanda does not recognize him and becomes frightened. Worse, people he knew slightly laugh when he says he is Graham, since he looks nothing like his description in the book. Gorgeously shot by Lucien Ballard The Wild Bunch , and highlighted by a superb Elmer Bernstein score, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track. On the way to commit a bank robbery a gang of outlaws call off at a remote house in order to steal a horse. But this is shattered when the rides into sight, spotting Graham and giving chase. When he turns up alive no one, including Ireland, believes that he is the real Dorsey and he's gradually driven crazy.
Bronson plays a reluctant desperado whose three-hour tryst with a lovely widow Jill Ireland is turned into the stuff of legend when he is mistakenly reported dead. Charm is not a word usually associated with Charles Bronson, but he is chock full of it in this movie. I want to buy it. Amanda resists rather inventively; simply lies still, fully clothed. A great movie, even somewhat appropriate for kids. As it turns out, a local comes to Ireland's house to inform her that there was a bank robbery, and the town has captured the robbers.