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To the Last Man (1933 film)

To the Last Man
Directed by Henry Hathaway
Produced by Harold Hurley
Written by Screenplay:
Jack Cunningham
Story:
Zane Grey
Starring Randolph Scott
Esther Ralston
Buster Crabbe
Barton MacLane
Noah Beery
Gail Patrick
Shirley Temple
Cinematography Ben F. Reynolds
Editing by Jack Scott
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s) September 15, 1933 (1933-09-15)
Running time 70 minutes
Country United States
Language English

To the Last Man is a 1933 western film directed by Henry Hathaway. The screenplay by Jack Cunningham was based on a story by Zane Grey. The film is about a feud between the Colby and the Hayden families, initiated in the hills of Kentucky and continued in the West after the Civil War. Also involved is the conflict between vigilantism and appeals to the law in a frontier environment, and lovers from the two feuding families. Child actors Delmar Watson and Shirley Temple were praised by Variety (Edwards 41). Henry Hathaway directs yet another Paramount property that had been made as a silent, in this Victor Fleming's 1923 version of the same name.

The film was reissued under the title Law of Vengeance.

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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