A Man Alone (1955) - Rotten Tomatoes

A Man Alone (1955)





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When a gunfighter is accused of murder and ready to be lynched by an angry mob, he lays low in the sheriff's house while figuring out the truth with the lawman's daughter. Ray Milland starred in the film, and it was his directorial debut as well.


Ray Milland
as Wes Steele
Mary Murphy
as Nadine Corrigan
Raymond Burr
as Stanley
Ward Bond
as Sheriff Gil Corrigan
Arthur Space
as Dr. Mason
Alan Hale Jr.
as Anderson
Douglas Spencer
as Henry Slocum
Grandon Rhodes
as Luke Joiner
Kim Spalding
as Sam Hall
Julian Rivero
as Tio Rubio
Minerva Urecal
as Mrs. Maule
Dick Rich
as Kincaid
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Critic Reviews for A Man Alone

All Critics (1)

Ponderous, slow-moving but watchable Western.

August 13, 2008 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for A Man Alone

A notorious gunman comes across six people dead on a stagecoach and decides to ride into town to notify the town folk only to be accused of their killings. He takes refuge in the one place no one is going to look, the house of the sheriff, and ends up falling in love with the sheriff's lovely daughter who wants nothing to do with him because she believes him a vicious and cold blooded murderer. Good support from Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) and Lee Van Cleef (The good the Bad and the Ugly) who play the villains.

Deb S
Deb S

Super Reviewer


Not bad. Not especially good. Very average Western from this time period. Milland directed, and that may be part of the problem.

Morris Nelms
Morris Nelms

Super Reviewer

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