Angel and the Badman

Angel and the Badman

Original title: Angel and the Badman
Production: John Wayne Productions
Country: United States
Director: James Edward Grant
Script: James Edward Grant
Photography: Archie Stout
Music: Richard Hageman
Cast: John Wayne; Gail Russell; Harry Carey; Bruce Cabot
Year: 1947
Duration: 100
Genre: Western
Color: BW
Original language: English
Languages available: English; Spanish
Subtitles: English; Spanish
Keywords: romance


John Wayne plays Quirt Evans, an evil gunman who is seriously injured but who, nevertheless, manages to reach a small town with great difficulty, where he is assisted and helped by a family living there. The care and attention of the beloved family and, especially of the young and beautiful daughter Penelope (Gail Russell), with whom he will end up falling in love, cause a tremendous change in the way of thinking and acting of the gunman. However, Laredo Stevens (played by Bruce Cabot), Quirt's mortal enemy, continues in his footsteps, making a confrontation between the two inevitable.


 Directed by James Edward Grant, winner of 2 Bronze Wrangler Awards, for "El Alamo" (1960) and "Los Comancheros" (1961) and nominated for an Oscar for Best Story and Screenplay for "The Sheepman" in 1958.

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