Man Called Noon (Blu-ray)
Directed by Peter Collinson
Smoked filled saloons… dusty streets… steam blowing trains… gleaming spurs and colt 45s… and windswept prairies! Richard Crenna (Breakheart Pass) shoots up the old west in this action-packed Louis L’Amour (The Sacketts, Shalako) classic! After his family is brutally murdered, Rubal Noon (Crenna) blazes a trail of vengeance and blood-lusting fury across the west looking for the outlaws responsible for the massacre. He arrives in a small town and is ambushed, almost falling to his death. Now an amnesiac, a mysterious desperado (Stephen Boyd, Ben-Hur) comes to his aid, knowing that Noon holds the secret to the whereabouts of a fortune of stolen gold. Cult filmmaker Peter Collinson (The Italian Job) directed this top-notch western co-starring Farley Granger (Strangers on a Train), Rosanna Schiaffino (The Rover) and spaghetti western legend Aldo Sambrell (Navajo Joe) with a beautiful and haunting musical score by the great Luis Bacalov (Il Postino, Django).
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