Vengeance Valley

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Released 1951

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Director:
Richard Thorpe
Released:
1951
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Vengeance Valley, directed by Richard Thorpe, is a western movie that tells the story of the troubled relationship between Owen Daybright (Burt Lancaster), raised as a son by the cattleman Arch Stroble (Ray Collins), and his step brother Lee (Robert Walker). The two live and work side by side at their father's ranch and their different personalities are the main ingredient of the movie: Lee, envious and aggressive, spends his life trying to discredit and trouble his step brother Owen, a calm ranchman full of love for Lee, who will always bail his step brother out. The relationship goes through many misadventures, including women, an illegitimate child, false accusations and attempts at revenge, making the film into a western "Cain and Able" type picture. Envy, revenge and greed are the ingredients of this old-fashioned western movie, which features also Joanne Dru in the role of Jean Strobie, the frequently betrayed wife of Lee.
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