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(1694) 6.5 108 min 2017

The Mustanger and the Lady is a movie starring Stef Dawson, Matt Dallas, and Kiowa Gordon. Julie's time with her benefactor, Kyle Allison, is coming to a dangerous close, but she is given two chances of escape from two very...

David Thomas Jenkins, Kiowa Gordon, Matt Dallas, Stef Dawson
Western, Romance
James Cotten

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Western, Romance
Director James Cotten
Writer Amber Lindley, Dusty Richards, James Cotten
Stars David Thomas Jenkins, Kiowa Gordon, Matt Dallas, Stef Dawson
Country USA
Also Known As Painted Woman
Runtime 1H 48M
Description Adapted from prolific western novelist Dusty Richard's "Mustanger and the Lady," 'Painted Woman' is the story of Julie Richards Julie is a woman of her time, passed from hand to hand in a web of abuse and prostitution, landing her at the feet of Kyle Allison. Allison, a wealthy power broker of the old west town of Goldfield, took young Julie into his home and made her his trophy. This life came with the gift of being taken care of and the cost of more abuse. As Julie's time with Allison is coming to a dangerous close, Julie is given two chances of escape, with two very different men - The story of PAINTED WOMAN is two distinct chapters in Julie's life, with each chapter mirroring the other. Chapter one follows Julie meeting Frank. It is told mostly at night in the town of Goldfield. Chapter two follows the Mustanger. It takes place in the wilderness and is told mostly during the day.

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Monday, 20 Apr 2020 10:30

A PILGRIM IN THE PALM COURT! John Huston is all in with the spaghetti western genre and delivers a pleasant entertainment. The noir western genre was fairly new in Hollywood when this film was made. There were only two, John Wayne and Clint Eastwood. But we didn't have to wait long before they began to take their place. There are no musical numbers and there's no shortage of cowboy action. The story is about a Mexican named Patricio (John Huston) who doesn't know who he is. He gets involved with the Lady (Dorothy Lamour) in a rancho in the middle of the desert. He is hired to find and save the young girl whom she has been impregnated with a child. She's in debt to a couple of gun runners, and is forced to pay them off. They also threaten to kill her child if she doesn't pay them. They also have a camp in the middle of the desert where they keep a big flintlock gun and make a fortune killing coyotes. Patricio and the Lady must make a dangerous journey to save the child. Will they succeed? This film isn't the greatest western ever made, but it is still entertaining. John Huston is a fine actor and I always enjoy his movies. He was wonderful in all of his films. I haven't seen the original spaghetti westerns, but I have seen some of his other westerns like "Seven Days in May", "A Good Man", "Cheaper by the Dozen", and "Bram Stoker's Dracula". I liked "Bram Stoker's Dracula" better than "Seven Days in May". If you haven't seen this film, I recommend you watch it. You will not be disappointed.

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