Blood on the Moon (1948)
A lusty, violent and savage western classic starring Robert Mitchum as a down -and-out cowhand Jim Garry (Robert Mitchum) who is asked by his old friend Tate Riling (Robert Preston) to help mediate a cattle dispute. When Garry arrives, however, it soon becomes clear that Riling has not been entirely forthright. Garry uncovers Riling's plot to dupe local rancher John Lufton (Tom Tully) out of a fortune. When Lufton's firecracker of a daughter, Amy (Barbara Bel Geddes), gets involved, Garry must choose between his old loyalties and what he knows to be right.
Viewer Quote: "Working with darkness and shadows emphasizing the mood of the picture makes "Blood on the Moon" seem gloomy and pessimistic, but actually the film is more about the redemption of a hopelessly lost cowboy, Jim Garry (Robert Mitchum), who finds meaning in life through the love of a woman. There are cattle stampedes, a savage fight, a gun battle and beautiful sweeping landscapes, including stunning scenes in a snow-bound pass, the white drifts sliced by the tracks of men and horses. All of the performances are restrained and natural.This is perhaps the greatest of the noir westerns."
This is an outstanding classic and realistic western film!
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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