Bend of the River
Directed by Anthony Mann • 1952 • United States
Starring James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Rock Hudson
With their visually stunning and psychologically brooding follow-up to WINCHESTER ’73, star James Stewart and director Anthony Mann continued to push the western into darker, edgier territory with the story of Glyn McLyntock, an ex-outlaw now working as a trail guide for a group of Oregon-bound farmers. When the settlers are double-crossed by a trader who had promised to deliver sorely needed supplies, McLyntock sets out to see that justice is done—but his violent past keeps coming back to haunt him.
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Directed by Fred Newmeyer • 1921 • United States
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