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One Foot In Hell [DVD] (1960)
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Patience is his nature. Revenge is his game. Alan Ladd stars in Aaron Spelling's Western about a man on a mission. After his home is burned to the ground by Yankees at the end of the Civil War, impoverished Mitch (Ladd) and his very pregnant wife take to the road in their wagon. His wife begins to feel unwell and Mitch hurriedly drives to the nearest frontier town for medical treatment. Met with indifference and lack of compassion he is unable to pay for the medicine prescribed and his wife dies. Consumed with guilt, the townspeople offer Ladd the job of deputy sheriff and as the years pass, he finds himself a respected member of the peaceful community. On the surface he is a model citizen, but he festers with the memory of his tragic loss, and he hatches a plan for revenge, to bring the town to its knees...
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The Fox DVD from Spain is a decent anamorphic wide screen CinemaScope (2.35) transfer with both English and Spanish audio options.
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Alan Ladd's last western is a simmering tale of vengeance where we see him take up the offer of deputy Sherrif so he can ruin a town and get revenge on those whose callousness led... Read morePublished on 28 April 2014 by Steven
One Foot in Hell is directed by James B. Clark and written by Aaron Spelling and Sydney Boehm. It stars Alan Ladd, Don Murray, Dan O'Herlihy, Dolores Michaels, Barry Coe and Larry... Read morePublished on 26 July 2013 by Spike Owen