The Hanged Man | Full Length WESTERN MOVIE | Wild West | Free Cowboy Movie | English

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The Hanged Man - Miraculously still alive after his hanging, gunfighter James Devlin defends a young widow's farm from a vicious land grabber.

The Hanged Man (1974)
Director: Michael Caffey
Writers: Andrew J. Fenady (creator), Ken Trevey
Stars: Steve Forrest, Dean Jagger, Will Geer
Genre: Western
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 13 March 1974 (USA)
Also Known As: El ahorcado
Filming Locations: Old Tucson - 201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona, USA

A gunfighter who survives his own hanging helps a young widow who is trying to keep a ruthless land baron from taking her ranch.

Warning: Spoilers
"Rugged Steve Forrest gives a properly steely and stalwart performance as James Devlin, a tough, cynical gunfighter who after miraculously surviving a hanging decides to dedicate his life to doing good instead of bad. Devlin comes to the aid of Carrie Gault (the engagingly spunky Sharon Acker), a feisty widow who's being pushed around by evil land baron Lew Halleck (a smoothly hateful Cameron Mitchell). Director Michael Caffey makes the most out of Ken Trevey's interesting script; he coaxes fine acting from a solid cast, maintains a snappy pace and compellingly mysterious mood throughout, and stages the thrilling shoot outs with a reasonable amount of flair and skill (the final confrontation between Devlin and Halleck is especially tense and exciting). Keith C. Smith's polished cinematography gives the movie a plausibly dusty, gritty look while Richard Markowitz's spare, spooky, stirring score likewise hits the spot. Popping up in nice supporting roles are Dean Jagger as a kindly lawyer, Will Geer as a nutty, rascally old ranch hand, Rafael Campos as a naive young priest, and Hank Worden as a chatty, friendly old geezer. An offbeat and intriguing allegory on fate and redemption, "The Hanged Man" is well worth checking out." Written by Woodyanders on

"I've been watching movies for many many years and seen some of the best , along w/ some of the worse. The Hanged Man is not the best But its not bad either. Steve Forrest's acting adds to the plot w/ a dimension of calm cold bloodiness that was prevalent back then. Cameron Mitchell seemed to be a little hammy but from reading history a lot of the big cattle ranchers/mine owners acted that way they thought they were above the Law. Overall it was a little above ave. There's a few other well known actors in it Will Geer Rafael Campos. It does encourage you to see other movies especially w/ those guys. If I may in a personnel note, its a shame us movie goers see actors faces that we have seen before but we don't know there names. A lot of them deserved more.." written by last_unicorn52 on

Warning: Spoilers
"This is a 1974 made for TV film, a good old fashion western.

Devlin (Steve Forrest) is a free thinking gun slinger who escapes the hangman's noose like Lazarus...sort of. He goes on to help the poor widow Gault (Sharon Acker) save her silver mine. That's about it. No twists. Cameron Mitchell plays the bad guy. "Slicker than bear grease." Available on a 70's 50 film pack." Written by nogodnomasters on

"This movie was enjoyable to watch as it a well written script that had a good mixture of action and dramatic scenes also it would have been interesting to see the series that this was a pilot for but unfortunately it was not picked up by a network. The actors all did a good job in their roles for the most part and the cinematography was superb." Written by badboyjohn-38189 on

Also Known As (AKA)
(original title): The Hanged Man
Canada (French title): La justice du pendu
Canada (English title): The Hanged Man
Portugal: O Retorno do Enforcado
Romania: Omul spânzurat
Spain: El ahorcado


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