From Noon Till Three

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Released 1976

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Director:
Frank D. Gilroy
Released:
1976
Rating:
PG
From Noon Till Three is a 1976 romantic western comedy set in the American West during the 19th century. The film was directed and written by Frank D. Gilroy. Gilroy also wrote the book that the movie is based on. In the film, Graham Dorsey (Charles Bronson) is the leader of a gang of criminals who are planning to rob a small town bank. On the way to the heist, Dorsey needs a new horse. Lucky for him, they are passing a remote ranch and stop to see if they can steal a horse. The ranch is owned by a beautiful widow, Amanda Starbuck (Jill Ireland). Despite the men's persistence, Amanda refuses to give up her horse. Unable to ride his horse, Dorsey stays at the ranch with Amanda for three hours. Sparks fly and the couple hit it off. Unfortunately, Dorsey's men run into issues and Graham must leave to help his fellow criminals. Amanda fears Dorsey has died and the townspeople judge her for her involvement with him. Is Graham gone for good, or was Amanda part of an elaborate ruse?moreless
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    Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy, Westerns, Military & War