From Noon Till Three (1976)
Release Date: Aug 1, 1976 Wide
Average Rating: 3.5/5
User Ratings: 363
Written and directed by Frank D. Gilroy, this Western casts Charles Bronson as Graham Dorsey, a two-bit Western outlaw who has a three-hour affair with lonely Amanda Starbuck (Jill Ireland). When Dorsey is reported killed, Starbuck capitalizes on her liaison by building up the "legend" of the supposed deceased outlaw. Soon Dorsey has become an icon, glorified in song, fable, and dime novels. Imagine Starbuck's discomfort when he turns up very much alive, and extremely upset at being turned into
Aug 1, 1976 Wide
May 12, 2009
Don 'Red' Barry
Michael Le Clair
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- Graham Dorsey: Graham Dorsey was no bigger, better-looking or braver than me. Which is to say, he was nothing but a side-winded faker and a shit!
- Graham Dorsey: That's not the way it was. I didn't give a damn to what happened to Buck and the others. She made me go. I am the real Graham Dorsey!
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