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To the Last Man (1933)

To the Last Man





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Adapted from a Zane Grey novel, this oater is about feuding families in late 1-century Arizona--based on an actual event.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Zane Grey, Jack Cunningham, Jack Cunningham
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 26, 2005
Paramount Pictures

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Randolph Scott
as Lynn Hayden
Esther Ralston
as Ellen Colby
Buster Crabbe
as Bill Hayden
Noah Beery Sr.
as Jed Colby
Jack LaRue
as Jim Daggs
Barton MacLane
as Neil Standing
Muriel Kirkland
as Molly Hayden
Fuzzy Knight
as Jeff Morley
Gail Patrick
as Ann Hayden Standing
Egon Brecher
as Mark Hayden
James C. Eagles
as Ely Bruce
Eugénie Besserer
as Granny Spelvin
Harlan E. Knight
as Grandpa Spelvin
John Carradine
as Pete Garon
Harry Cording
as Harry Malone
James Burke
as Sheriff
Jay Ward
as Lynn Hayden as a Chi...
Rosita Butler
as Ann Hayden as a Chil...
Cullen Johnson
as Bill Hayden as a Chi...
Russ Powell
as Greaves
Delmar Watson
as Tad Standing
Shirley Temple
as Mary Standing
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Pretty darn-good B-western.

Full Review… | April 16, 2011
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Audience Reviews for To the Last Man


another lost review this western has an uncredited appearance by curly top herself, Shirley Temple see if u can spot her.

"The law! It ani't honorable to take a family feud to court that won't spill no blood for ya."-Granny Spelvin (Eugenie Besserer)

Basicly a Romeo and Juliet tale with a western backdrop. I'm a sucker for westerns. Shirley Temple has a wee part.

FilmGrinder S.
FilmGrinder Stone

This movie is a corny and a bit sappy Western. But the performances are good. Shirley Temple is a granddaughter.

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