Kansas Raiders Reviews

  • Nov 30, 2014

    Director Ray Enright makes the Audie Murphy B-movie western 'Kansas Raiders' look better than this Universal-International release has any right. Short, sweet, and simple... More recruits for the butcher brigade--Murphy plays Jesse James who rides with his brother and the Dalton boys to join up with Quantrill -- to continue the war in the Midwest!!

    Director Ray Enright makes the Audie Murphy B-movie western 'Kansas Raiders' look better than this Universal-International release has any right. Short, sweet, and simple... More recruits for the butcher brigade--Murphy plays Jesse James who rides with his brother and the Dalton boys to join up with Quantrill -- to continue the war in the Midwest!!

  • Oct 17, 2011

    Mostly dull and conventional with the exception of some of the more violent scenes.

    Mostly dull and conventional with the exception of some of the more violent scenes.

  • Jun 29, 2008

    [i]Kansas Raiders[/i] is a neat little film, with a higher budget than most Audie Murphy westerns. An interesting cast that includes Tony Curtis, Richard Arlen, and Audie Murphy. This movie is an ambitious and ambiguous premise make this a worthwhile way of passing the time.

    [i]Kansas Raiders[/i] is a neat little film, with a higher budget than most Audie Murphy westerns. An interesting cast that includes Tony Curtis, Richard Arlen, and Audie Murphy. This movie is an ambitious and ambiguous premise make this a worthwhile way of passing the time.

  • Mar 17, 2008

    Pretty Good western but very loosely based on facts.

    Pretty Good western but very loosely based on facts.