Angel and the Badman in COLOR starring John Wayne and Gail Russell. A wonderful family western movie! Colorized.
FULL WESTERN MOVIE . John Waynes Angel and the Bad Man . With commentary by Bob Terry .
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John Wayne made this movie in 1947 . This movie has fallen into public domain . John Wayne had been in the business since the 1920s and this was the first film he produced . By this time he really knew how to make a movie . He cast Gail Russell as the leading female in this film and Bruce Cabot and Harry Carey in major roles . The Harris Poll released in January of 2011 puts John Wayne 3rd in America’s favorite film stars he is the only deceased star on the list and the only one who has appeared on the poll every year since it first started in 1994 . I really think this is in with the best 100 westerns ever made . All the wonderful western landscapes and hats, boots, horses and old west towns. This is one of my favorite westerns and everytime i watch this movie it even seems better than i remembered . Quirt Evans, an all round bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth a quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in.
John Wayne as Quirt Evans
Gail Russell as Penelope Worth
Harry Carey as McClintock
Bruce Cabot as Laredo Stevens
Irene Rich as Mrs. Worth
Lee Dixon as Randy McCall
Stephen Grant as Johnny Worth
Tom Powers as Dr. Mangram
Paul Hurst as Frederick Carson
Olin Howland as Bradley
John Halloran as Thomas Worth
Joan Barton as Lila Neal
Craig Woods as Ward Withers
Marshall Reed as Nelson
Symona Boniface as Dance Hall Madam (uncredited)
This page used to have Rooster Cogburn starring John Wayne so some of the comments may be about that western movie!
LANGUAGE ADVISORY – Although many people might not think twice about the language in this movie I felt I had to post a language advisory . At the first of this western movie John Wayne does say a word several times that would insinuate that the no good outlaws would not know who their fathers were. And there may be other words through out the movie. ( I have not watched this western in a little while so I do not remember ). I have a lot of respect for John Wayne and the messages in his movies and as a wonderful Dan Roberts song says Lord How I Miss John Wayne. This western was made in 1972 the industry was changing a lot then and many movies from that era we would not have on our site. We did not upload this western movie to the internet but found it and embedding was allowed so we embedded it here on Westerns On The Web. I decided to keep it here and just post a language advisory.