I Walk The Line

  • 1970
  • 1 HR 35 MIN
  • GP
  • Drama

Too downbeat for its own good, I WALK THE LINE forgets it needs an audience. The one reason to watch is the astonishing, unsung Weld, the modern Louise Brooks, who can suggest amorality, skewed innocence and ageless sensuality--she played nymphets through her thirties with infinite ease--that makes Bardot pale. Her tragedy is that she never chose a commercially...read more

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(Movie Clip) Alma
Sheriff Tawes (Gregory Peck) meets Alma (Tuesday Weld) hiding in a pickup truck after her young brother's joyride in I Walk the Line, 1970.
(Movie Clip) Courthouse
A nervous Sheriff Tawes (Gregory Peck) buys a Dr. Pepper for Alma (Tuesday Weld), who's stranded in town, then shows her the courthouse in director Jo (more…)
(Movie Clip) Federal Man
Sheriff Tawes (Gregory Peck) is taciturn and Deputy Hunnicutt (Charles Durning) is eager as federal agent Bascomb (Lonny Chapman) explains himself in (more…)
(Movie Clip) More Gravy?
Sheriff Tawes' (Gregory Peck) mind is elsewhere as he dines with Ellen (Estelle Parsons), Grandpa (J.C. Evans) and young Sybil (Margaret Ann Morris) i (more…)

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