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    I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Bob Ford to Hang

    Following a display of kindness from Jesse (Reed Hadley) and Zee (Barbara Woodell), Bob Ford (John Ireland) finally pulls the trigger and ex-newsman director Sam Fuller turns to headlines, in I Shot Jesse James, 1949.

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I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Bob Ford to...
Following a display of kindness from Jesse (Reed Hadley) and...
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Bob Ford to Hang
Following a display of kindness from Jesse (Reed Hadley) and Zee (Barbara Woodell), Bob Ford (John Ireland) finally pulls the trigger and ex-newsman director Sam Fuller turns to headlines, in I Shot Jesse James, 1949.>
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Cynthy
First-time writer-director Sam Fuller is efficient...
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Cynthy
First-time writer-director Sam Fuller is efficient introducing actress Cynthy (Barbara Britton), manager Harry (J. Edward Bromberg), prospector Kelley (Preston Foster) and their relations with Ford (John Ireland) in I Shot Jesse James, 1949.>
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Open, Alarm
Newsy credits and the first-ever bank alarm-bell as Jesse...
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Open, Alarm
Newsy credits and the first-ever bank alarm-bell as Jesse (Reed Hadley) and Bob Ford (John Ireland) do their business in the opening scene from Samuel Fuller's first film, I Shot Jesee James, 1949.>
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) There's My...
Terrific tension in an intimate scene as the bathing Jesse...
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) There's My Back
Terrific tension in an intimate scene as the bathing Jesse (Reed Hadley) gives a gift to Bob Ford (John Ireland), who considers murder for bounty, in writer-director Sam Fuller's I Shot Jesse James, 1949.>
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Them Fords
Saintly, Lincolnesque Jesse (Reed Hadley) tolerates wife Zee...
I Shot Jesse James -- (Movie Clip) Them Fords
Saintly, Lincolnesque Jesse (Reed Hadley) tolerates wife Zee (Barbara Woodell) and her distrust of the Fords, in writer-director Samuel Fuller's first film, I Shot Jesse James, 1949.>
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