Jesse James' Women

  • 1954
  • 1 HR 23 MIN
  • NR
  • Western

The only directorial effort of Don "Red" Barry, this poorly made western has the romanticized title character taking refuge in a small Mississippi town where he romances all the women in the cast before returning to Missouri. Beutel had the leading role in Howard Hughes' THE OUTLAW, a film in which he proved that he was one of the world's worst actors....read more

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The only directorial effort of Don "Red" Barry, this poorly made western has the romanticized title character taking refuge in a small Mississippi town where he romances all the women in the cast before returning to Missouri. Beutel had the leading role in Howard Hughes' THE OUTLAW, a film

in which he proved that he was one of the world's worst actors. This film, made a decade later, during Beutel's long slide to the bottom, reaffirms his woeful lack of talent.

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  • Rating: NR
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