Rancho Notorious

Fritz Lang's final film noir infused western - a highly moral and distinctly feminist tale that innovatively reworked his themes of love, betrayal and retribution. Vern Haskell wanders the West obsessed with finding the culprits responsible for murdering his fiancee. His quest leads him to Chuck-a-Luck (the film's original title) - a horse ranch and criminal hideout, where he poses as an escaped criminal and gradually becomes indistinguishable from the men he is hunting.    

Year: 1952
Genre: Westerns, Classic Film Noir
Country: USA
Director: Fritz Lang
Starring: Marlene Dietrich, Arthur Kennedy, Mel Ferrer
Duration: 89 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Western
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