Roughshod Reviews

  • Jan 20, 2019

    Roughshod is a decent film. It is about Clay Phillips and his younger brother Steve who are taking horses to their ranch near Sonora when they come across four dance hall girls heading the same way. Robert Sterling and Gloria Grahame give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Mark Robson did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the adventure and drama.

    Roughshod is a decent film. It is about Clay Phillips and his younger brother Steve who are taking horses to their ranch near Sonora when they come across four dance hall girls heading the same way. Robert Sterling and Gloria Grahame give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Mark Robson did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the adventure and drama.

  • Mar 15, 2016

    Fair to middling "oater" -- not exactly a western noir and pretty much plays out as expected.

    Fair to middling "oater" -- not exactly a western noir and pretty much plays out as expected.

  • jay n Super Reviewer
    Sep 22, 2015

    Solid if not necessarily original western has the added bonus of a platinum blonde Gloria Grahame being sassy as only she could be.

    Solid if not necessarily original western has the added bonus of a platinum blonde Gloria Grahame being sassy as only she could be.

  • Dec 01, 2012

    Solid little western about a man, Robert Sterling, and his kid brother who help out a group of "saloon girls," which includes one of my favorite actresses of the era, Gloria Grahame, out on the trail. The group then runs afoul of a group of escaped convicts left by the villainous John Ireland. There's not a lot of distinguish this western from hundred of others with the exception of Grahame who adds a significant amount of sex appeal to her part. Outside of the amazing Grahame this is a sturdy westerns from reliable director Mark Robson that will certainly keep western fans entertained.

    Solid little western about a man, Robert Sterling, and his kid brother who help out a group of "saloon girls," which includes one of my favorite actresses of the era, Gloria Grahame, out on the trail. The group then runs afoul of a group of escaped convicts left by the villainous John Ireland. There's not a lot of distinguish this western from hundred of others with the exception of Grahame who adds a significant amount of sex appeal to her part. Outside of the amazing Grahame this is a sturdy westerns from reliable director Mark Robson that will certainly keep western fans entertained.

  • Nov 27, 2012

    good genre mixing and production mixing here combining film noir with western drama.

    good genre mixing and production mixing here combining film noir with western drama.