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The Outlaw [VHS 1994] 1943 Western / Jane Russell, Walter Huston

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Very Good
Howard Robard Hughes Jr., Howard Hughes
Leading Role
Walter Huston, Jane Russell
Collector's Edition
Former Rental
Movie/TV Title
Jane Russell
Madacy (Music Distributor)
Special Features
Black & White
Signal Standard
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Outlaw [VHS]

Author: Jane Russell; Walter Huston

Publication: : Madacy (Music Distributor), 1995-11-28

Binding: VHS Tape


Condition: Used: Very Good

Description: excellent condition VHS tape in original sleeve. Perhaps Hollywood's greatest success du scandal of the 1940s, this odd psychological Western became a box office hit largely thanks to the costuming of leading lady Jane Russell (or, more accurately, its relative absence). Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) are close friends until lawman Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) attempts to ambush Billy and put him behind bars. Doc brings Billy to his ranch to hide out, but when Billy meets Doc's mistress Rio (Russell), he's instantly attracted to the buxom beauty. An intense chemistry quickly grows between them, despite the fact that Billy murdered Rio's brother. Billy and Rio secretly marry, but their love runs hot and cold, and soon Billy, Doc, and Rio are fighting among themselves as they're chased through the desert by Garrett and his posse. Director Howard Hawks and screenwriter Ben Hecht both worked on The Outlaw, but they went uncredited after disputes with the legendarily difficult financier (and sometimes producer/director) Howard Hughes, whose battles with the censors resulted in the film spending three years on the shelf before finally gaining wide release in a cut version in 1946. Mark Deming, Rovi

Ref#: 046483

Subject: Movies

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