Dan Beattie gives up his lawman job to move further west and rejoin his old war buddy Curt Warren in the town of Sundown. At first mistaken for a railroad agent by Beau Santee, a Sundown ... See full summary »
An American named Muprhy is in the Phillipines after the invasion of Pearl Harbor and wants to get out but lost all his money gambling. When the Japanese invade, he desperate to get out. ... See full summary »
A Marine stationed in the Philippines loses a hand in an accident and is discharged from the Corps. When the Japanese invade the Philippines, he is called back into service to rescue a ... See full summary »
In 1951, American planter Greg Dickson returns to the Philippines where he must defend his plantation against attacks by the local Huk guerrillas and must find Kalak, their fanatical leader, who killed Greg's father.
A Chicago detective takes a perilous undercover job in an attempt to capture a gang of crooks who have hit upon a clever money-making scheme. They spring outlaws with a bounty on their heads from jail, involve them in more robberies which raises the price on their head, then kill them and claim the bounty.
Maybe not, but this one is pretty bad. The worst aspect is the overbearing narrator who insists on explaining each plot development in a movie where the plot moves aren't exactly Byzantine. George Montgomery is granite jawed as the hero, an undercover lawmen posing as a bank robber. Montgomery is stiff, but he looks like Dom DeLuise next to co-star Keith Larsen, who is so wooden he puts the sap in sapling. There is one twist involving the identity of the secret bad guy, but even that is telegraphed too soon. The action is sparse and done in a pedestrian way, lots of shooting wildly into the air. Veterans Michael Ansara and James Best have decent small roles. Not much to recommend here but it's tolerable if you HAVE to see an oater.
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