Gun Fury

1953

Gun Fury

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Filmed in 3-D, this Raoul Walsh Western stars Donna Reed as a newlywed abducted by a deranged outlaw (Philip Carey), leaving husband Rock Hudson in hot pursuit.

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Cast

Rock Hudson
as Ben Warren
Donna Reed
as Jennifer Ballard
Philip Carey
as Frank Slayton
Phil Carey
as Frank Slayton
Lee Marvin
as Blinky
Roberta Haynes
as Estella Morales
Leo Gordon
as Jess Burgess
Robert Herron
as Curly Jordan
Phil Rawlins
as Jim Morse
Forrest Lewis
as Weatherby
Don Carlos
as Vincente (uncredited)
Pat Hogan
as Johash (uncredited)
Mel Welles
as Pete Barratto (uncredited)
Post Park
as Billy Whiskers (uncredited)
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Audience Reviews for Gun Fury

  • Apr 07, 2011
    Beautiful looking western in dazzling Technicolor is otherwise an ordinary affair but does have Rock Hudson and Donna Reed both on the cusp of bigger things. Donna made From Here to Eternity the same year as this and Rock would break out of the B's the next year with Magnificient Obsession, This film does have a good pace and a hissable villian in Phil Carey plus an early peek at Lee Marvin. For western fans or admirerers of the stars this will be an enjoyable view.
    jay n Super Reviewer
  • Aug 28, 2010
    Not a good movie and the 3-D doesn't even save it. Raoul Walsh is a great director, but his one eye may have hampered him on 3-D. The story is formulaic and by the end your just bored. Rock and Reed are engaged, they get robbed,she gets stolen and he is left for dead, and then he tries to get her back, bored yet? This film was lost before they added 3-D effects, skip it.
    cody f Super Reviewer

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