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Rage at Dawn
Rage at Dawn
Actors: Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, J. Carrol Naish, Edgar Buchanan
Director: Tim Whelan
Genres: Westerns
NR     2004     1hr 27min


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Actors: Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, J. Carrol Naish, Edgar Buchanan
Director: Tim Whelan
Creators: Ray Rennahan, Harry Marker, Nat Holt, Frank Gruber, Horace McCoy
Genres: Westerns
Sub-Genres: Westerns
Studio: St Clair Vision
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 02/10/2004
Original Release Date: 03/26/1955
Theatrical Release Date: 03/26/1955
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 1hr 27min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Member Movie Reviews

William J. (billystan3) from AUBURN, NY
Reviewed on 1/15/2016...
What made this film so horrible - let me count the ways. The movie was so grainy it was hard to see it. I thought something was wrong with my glasses at first. The storyline was extremely lame. The acting was probably the worse part of the entire movie. The directing was almost non-existent. As the thing from the Fantastic Four would say Nuff said. I've never rated a Western lower than three stars this one, more out of generosity, gets one.
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Movie Reviews

Sturdy Randolph Scott Western...
Mark Savary | Seattle, WA | 05/13/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Another offering from the Roan Group. "Rage at Dawn" is an interesting, but not particularly classic western. What makes it stand apart from most is the introduction of espionage.Sturdy as ever, Scott is a "Peterson" man, an obvious allusion to the famous Pinkerton Detective Agency. He must infiltrate a gang of murderous outlaw brothers, and trick them into causing their own downfall. Their beautiful sister, a non-crook, and Scott naturally hit it off.Familiar faces? How about a clean-shaven Denver Pyle? Pyle, best known to TV viewers of the 1970's as the white-bearded Mad Jack on "Grizzly Adams", or Uncle Jessie Duke on "The Dukes of Hazzard", Pyle was a supporting player in many westerns. Here, he plays the good brother who won't join in with his brothers' crookery. Then there's Edgar Buchanan, famous as old Uncle Joe from "Petticoat Junction". In this film, he plays a crooked judge, on the bad brothers' payroll.Of course, Forrest Tucker is the head bad guy, and J. Carrol Naish is along as another bad brother.A good, sturdy western, with Scott playing his usual smiling tough guy (kind of a non-emoting Gary Cooper). Always fun to see Scott playing it cool in the face of the bad guys."
Good Randolph Scott Western
Erik Rupp | Southern California | 06/21/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Rage at Dawn is a good 1955 Western starring Randolph Scott as an undercover government agent who infiltrates the notorious Reno brothers gang. Scott (who was usually pretty good, but rarely great) gives one of his better performances in Rage, as all of his charm and personality comes shining through. Like many stars of that era who (to some degree) played variations on the same character for much of their careers (John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, to name a few) Randolph Scott found his niche in Westerns and it fit him like a glove.

While Rage at Dawn isn't an award winning movie, it is very entertaining, and a good example of 1950's moviemaking. The supporting cast is solid, and features a spirited performance from the late Denver Pyle. If Westerns are your cup of tea you could do a lot worse than to pick up Rage at Dawn.

Roan's DVD is actually pretty good. Sure, there is the common film reel "wobble" at the beginning, and there is plenty of dust and debris on this print, but the colors are still pretty good, and it is shown in anamorphic widescreen (unlike all the other versions of this movie on DVD). The picture is a little soft, but still not too bad considering its age. The sound is a bit muffled, but still listenable (I've heard a lot worse). While this may not be a shining example of an anamorphic widescreen DVD it is more than passable for a public domain movie from the 1950's. This would seem to be the best version of Rage at Dawn currently available."
Good Ole Oater...But....Not The Best Buy...
L. Shirley | fountain valley, ca United States | 05/20/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Rage At Dawn": From 1955, this one is in technicolor and is based on the Reno Brothers. Robbing banks, terrorizing the good townspeople, and just being a general menace to society, these guys needed to be stopped! Enter one brave lawman James Barlow( Randolph Scott), who infiltrates the outfit and tries to restore law and order to the community. It's not easy though, as the town leaders are getting kick backs from the bad guys are are not willing partcipants to seeing justice done! More wonderful stars include Forrest Tucker and an appearance by Edgar Buchanan. Directed by Tim Whelan.

This film may also be purchased as part of a couple of Randy Scott sets:
Rage At Dawn / Abilene Townor for even more Scott Great American Western V.1, Thewith 4 films that include this one plus "To The Last Man"/1933,"The Fighting Westerner"/1935, and "Abilene Town"/1946. They all star Randolph Scott, and include lots of famous faces from the era. There are many Great American Western series available for those who love these old oaters and is a much more inexpensive way to go. These films are not pristeen,but for the most part are an enjoyable view and most have had the sound enhanced in DD5.1. For the price of them, I thought Platinum, did a great job of putting together so many of these packages for us Western lovers to choose from.

Happy Trails...and enjoy...Laurie"