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No Name on the Bullet(1959)

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  • Solid movie, capable actor

    • PAG
    • 1/10/12

    This movie is very interesting, and because you don't know who the target is, it's mildly suspenseful. While it isn't a sensational film, it's very solid and enjoyable. I really like Audie Murphy...I think he was a very capable actor...and quite underrated. The more of his films I watch, the more I appreciate him. There's a gentleness to him in most of the movies I've seen; even when he's the heavy (as he is here), he is quiet and well-mannered. The film is somewhat of a psychological drama because the quiet deliberateness of the hired gun is all that is necessary to completely unnerve the townsfolk. His very presence incites the men's greatest fears and makes them wonder what past or present action has brought a death sentence to their door. Also, the film gives insight into the minds of men who think they are about to be killed. Does the thought of facing death bring out the best in them? Or the worst?

  • Audie at his scariest

    • MAK
    • 2/23/06

    If you are an Audie Murphy Fan - then you must agree that this movie is really one of his best. Those eyes of his really scare you. There is only one other film that will scare the pants off of you and that is "The Man" - a televison production from the mid 50s with Thelma Ritter. Audie shows, in NNOTB, that you don't always have to be the good guy and still have fans. Worth watching if you haven't seen it - and rewatching again if you have.

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