The Manhunt

  • 1986
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Action

The protagonist (John Ethan Wayne, the Duke's son) buys a couple of horses at a racetrack, a purchase that leads to unforeseen troubles. His attempt to water the horses on land owned by Ben Robeson (Ernest Borgnine), a malevolent rancher, proves a terrible mistake. With sneer in place, Robeson insists the horses are his and kicks the stranger off his land....read more

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The protagonist (John Ethan Wayne, the Duke's son) buys a couple of horses at a racetrack, a purchase that leads to unforeseen troubles. His attempt to water the horses on land owned by Ben Robeson (Ernest Borgnine), a malevolent rancher, proves a terrible mistake. With sneer in place,

Robeson insists the horses are his and kicks the stranger off his land. When the wronged man returns to collect his animals, Robeson has him arrested and tossed in the clink. But the victim doesn't give up that easily. He manages to escape, though the authorities, not surprisingly, are soon on his

trail. This low-budget Italian offering has little that will excite action fans. Basically, it's a rehash of prison-film cliches, treated in a routine manner. Borgnine and Wayne are passable in their unchallenging roles.

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  • Released: 1986
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: The protagonist (John Ethan Wayne, the Duke's son) buys a couple of horses at a racetrack, a purchase that leads to unforeseen troubles. His attempt to water the horses on land owned by Ben Robeson (Ernest Borgnine), a malevolent rancher, proves a terrible… (more)

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