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Heaven with a Gun

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Heaven with a Gun
Heaven with a Gun FilmPoster.jpeg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byLee H. Katzin
Produced byFrank King
Maurice King
Screenplay byRichard Carr
StarringGlenn Ford
Carolyn Jones
Barbara Hershey
John Anderson
Music byJohnny Mandel
CinematographyFred J. Koenekamp
Edited byDann Cahn
Production
company
King Brothers Productions
Distributed byMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • June 11, 1969 (1969-06-11) (United States)
Running time
101 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Heaven with a Gun is a 1969 American western film starring Glenn Ford.[1] directed by Lee H. Katzin.

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Transcription

Contents

Plot

Preacher Jim Killian arrives in a town divided between cattlemen and sheep herders. Killian is not just any preacher, He is a former gunslinger who has set upon a different path.

Leelopa, a Native American girl who looks up to Killian, gets raped by one of the cowhands, Coke Beck. Coke is the son of cattle rancher Asa Beck, and when Coke is stabbed to death through the neck, the cattlemen blame Jim.

Madge McCloud, the whiskey-drinking madam of the town's saloon and brothel, acts as Jim's conscience. After a gunslinger working for the cattlemen tries to kill Jim, and four cowhands burn the church, he straps on his gun and prepares to act alone.

Madge tells him that he must make a decision to be either a gunman or a preacher — he must choose between Heaven and Hell, or else he risks the trust of the community. She tells him that trying to be both is a worse sort of Hell. But there is also a pending showdown between the cattlemen and the sheepherders over water rights, and somehow Jim must be in the middle of it, whether armed or not.

Cast

Reception

Critical response

The New York Times film critic, Howard Thompson, gave the film a positive review, writing, "The typical dour restraint of Glenn Ford, as an exconvict turned pistol-packing parson, is the most steadying ingredient of Heaven With a Gun, a plodding, vest-pocket Western that opened yesterday at neighborhood theaters. As a veteran of many a cattlemen-versus-sheepmen exercise, Mr. Ford plays it cool and, of course, leathery."[2]

More recently, film critic Dennis Schwartz gave the film a negative review, writing, "...[director] and writer Richard Carr load the genre pic with cliches and violent sequences. The unpleasant Western features a lynching, torture with shears, a rape, arson, a street brawl and your usual saloon gun fights. The numerous cliches include a world-weary gunfighter wanting to reform and to save the world, your typical western fight between cattlemen and sheepherders, an aging saloon keeper and whorehouse madam with a heart of gold (Carolyn Jones) longing for her unavailable old gunfighter friend and a pretty half-caste Indian (Barbara Hershey) finding it difficult to understand the white world. It preaches an awkward social conscience message that peace can be found without guns. The trouble is the pic is clumsily executed and is leaden, so everything seems absurd and hardly believable."[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Heaven with a Gun on IMDb
  2. ^ Thompson, Howard (June 12, 1969). "Heaven With a Gun (1969)". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 1 July 2013. Retrieved June 30, 2013.
  3. ^ Schwartz, Dennis (June 6, 2013). "Ozus World Movie Reviews, film review". homepages.sover.net. Retrieved June 30, 2013.

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