Tribute to a Bad Man DVD 1956 James Cagney Western Drama Color
Tribute to a Bad Man has Cagney in his greatest role!
Stars of Tribute to a Bad Man: James Cagney, Don Dubbins, Stephen McNally
With no law within 200 miles horse rancher Jeremy Rodak runs his spread with an iron hand and deals with rustlers even more ruthlessly.
While looking for work in the Wyoming Territory in the late 1800s, young Steve Miller finds hard-bitten horse rancher Jeremy Rodock wounded after an attack by cattle rustlers Barjak and Hearn. Rodock accepts Steve’s offer to help him back to his ranch and offers him a job as a ranch hand.
After Steve makes camp and “cores” the bullet out of Rodock’s wound, a horse carrying the body of Rodock’s ranch hand Whitey approaches and Rodock vows to catch the rustlers who killed Whitey. The next day, upon reaching the ranch house, Steve meets Rodock’s sweetheart, the generous and feisty Jocasta Constantine, daughter of a Greek scholar who fled war-torn Greece.
Later, head wrangler McNulty warns Steve that Rodock has grown evil from “hanging sickness,” Rodock’s propensity to mete out punishment by hanging.
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Product Information for Tribute to a Bad Man
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Director: Robert Wise
- Production Co: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
- Run Time: 95 minutes
- Sound Mix: Mono
- Color: Color
- Rating: NR
This movie is reproduced on a high quality DVD-R disc and comes in a DVD jewel case. Artwork is on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
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