The Lone Hand DVD 1953 Joel McCrea Barbara Hale Western NR Color
Stars of The Lone Hand: Joel McCrea, Barbara Hale, Alex Nicol
A farmer, Zachary Hallock (Joel McCrea) and his son Joshua (Jimmy Hunt) try to establish new roots on their farm near a small western town victimized by outlaws. The merchants and ranchers form a vigilante group to oppose the constant threat to their families. They also try to recruit Hallock, but he refuses and instead secretly joins the outlaw band terrorizing the community. His son & new bride Sarah Jane Skaggs (Barbara Hale) don't understand why he has seemly decided to become an outlaw and has turned his back on everything & everyone most dear to him.
This is a simple, warm story that pleased many a child of that era, when they went to the movie house for a Saturday afternoon matinee. Joel McCrea, that great great actor of westerns, did a very fine job in this family-pleasing Western style movie.
Product Information for The Lone Hand
- Director: George Sherman
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Run time: 80 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Color (Technicolor)
- Production Co.: Universal International Pictures (UI)
This movie is reproduced on a high quality DVD-R disc and comes in a jewel case. Artwork is imprinted on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published in the United States between 1923 and 1977 without a copyright notice.
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