Day of the Wolves 2008 NR CC

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A mysterious gang of seven bearded men enter a small town and seal it off. They begin robbing the bank and businesses without any regard for the law and feeling no threat from the law. The town only has one hope, the former Sheriff but can even he deal with the situation?

Starring:
Richard Egan, Martha Hyer
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Ferde Grofé Jr.
Starring Richard Egan, Martha Hyer
Supporting actors Rick Jason, Jan Murray, Frankie Randall, Andre Marquis, Henry Capps, Smokey Roberds, Zaldy Zshornack, John Lupton, Sean McClory, Jack Bailey, Biff Elliot, Percy Helton, Herb Vigran, John Dennis, John Gunn, Danny Rees, Len Travis, Steve Manone
Studio Synergy Ent
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Good movie but outdated.
david landon
The recipient said they have been watching it and I haven't heard anything negative.
Tammy L. Dalton
For a 1970's movie it was very good and if you like older movies I recommend it.
Stanley J. Neu

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Bob Cat on October 7, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The 100 movie pack 'Cowboy Classics has the same movies as the two 50 movie packs 'Cowboy Legends' and 'Western Legends' combined. The 100 movie pack 'Guns of the West' has the same movies as the two 50 movie packs 'Frontier Justice' and 'The Way West' combined. The 100 movie pack 'Western Classics' has the same movies as the two 50 movie packs 'Western Classics' and 'Gunslinger Classics' combined. List of the movies in each of these sets can be found in other reviews on Amazon or at the Mill Creek Entertainment website. I bought these sets for the movies from the '30s and '40s. These three sets have no duplicates.
50 movie pack 'Gunslinger Classics' has
16 movies from '30s
5 movies from '40s
2 movies from '50s
9 movies from '60s
18 movies from '70s or later.
50 movie pack 'Western Classics' has
19 movies from '30s
19 movies from '40s
5 movies from '50s
3 movies from '60s
4 movies from '70s
100 movie pack 'Western Classics' has
Roy Rogers 14
John Wayne 14
Gene Autry 7
Bob Steele 3
Tex Ritter 6
Ken Maynard 2
John Mack Brown 1
Randolph Scott 3
Buster Crabbe 1
The Three Mesquiteers 1
The Range Busters 1
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
WESTERN CLASSICS 100 MOVIE PACK is a set of 24 doubled-sided DVDS, featuring old Saturday matinee idols like the young John Wayne, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Bob Steele, all in glorious B&W. There's some feature films here as well, both American and foreign-made. You get many months of entertainment sure to please any cowboy movie fan.

Using a popular website reference source and some mathematics, the current overall rating for these 100 films is: 5.4.

This figure does not account for condition of source material or manufacturing quality. Below is a program list that includes individual opinion scores, featured actors and years of release--

(6.3) Abilene Town (1946) - Randolph Scott/Edgar Buchanan/Ann Dvorak
(6.5) American Empire (1942) - Richard Dix/Leo Carrillo/Preston Foster
(6.8) Angel And The Badman (1947) - John Wayne/Gail Russell/Harry Carey
(6.1) Any Gun Can Play (Italy-1967) - Edd Byrnes/Gilbert Roland
(2.0) Apache Blood (1975) - Ray Danton
(5.4) Arizona Days (1937) - Tex Ritter
(5.9) Arizona Stage Coach (1942) - Ray "Crash" Corrigan/John "Dusty" King
(4.9) The Belle Star Story (Italy-1968) - Elsa Martinelli
(5.1) Bells Of San Angelo (1947) - Roy Rogers/Dale Evans/Andy Devine
(6.0) Billy The Kid Returns (1938) - Roy Rogers/Smiley Burnette
(6.6) Billy The Kid Trapped (1942) - Buster Crabbe/Al St. John
(5.5) Blue Steel (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes/Yakima Canutt
(5.0) Boot Hill (Italy-1969) - Terence Hill/Bud Spencer
(6.2) Broadway To Cheyenne (1932) - George "Gabby" Hayes
(6.4) The Carson City Kid (1940) - Roy Rogers/George "Gabby" Hayes
(5.6) China 9, Liberty 37 (Italy/Spain-1978) - Warren Oates/Sam Peckinpah
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42 of 52 people found the following review helpful By J. Kubik on February 27, 2007
Format: DVD
The picture quality on these discs is really awful. In some cases, its difficult to even recognize which actor is speaking. Some of these discs reminded me of old VHS tapes that were copied over or reused so many times that the picture had lots of dark and sometimes grainy images. But this would be a fantastic set of classics if it could be cleaned up a bit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BD King on April 18, 2014
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I viewed this movie for the historical scenery more than to enjoy the story and acting. It's great for the historical perspective, but far below average for plot, acting and directing.

This movie was filmed in two Arizona locations: a ghost town called Swansea, and Lake Havasu City shortly after the London Bridge was rebuilt there.

The scenes filmed in the ghost town are supposedly to 'train' the gang to take over the town they intend to rob, but all the gang does is run around shooting machine guns at dilapidated buildings and setting off explosives. At a minimum, the ghost town scenes are interesting.

The scenes in Havasu are not as extensive as I hoped: The actual scenes are limited to just a few streets, and you don't get a clear idea of what the city looked like in the mid-60's.
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Format: DVD
Western Classics 100 Movie Pack

These 24 double-sided DVDs contain 100 different public domain movies. Most of them were produced in the 1930s and 1940s, the prime time for Westerns. Those made before the 1960s are mostly in monochrome, more modern movies are in color. Some of these movies are duplicated in other collections. There are singing cowboys: Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Roy Rogers. John Wayne is well known for his action movies. The others are: Bob Steele, Guy Madison, Johnny Mack Brown, and others. These films are mostly banned from broadcast TV today but were shown during the 1950s and 1960s. These films were produced on a lower budget with a running time of about an hour. You can compare them to current television drama shows.

They represent a past culture. Then most ranches and farms and stores were owner-operated small businesses; few national chains or franchises. Some of these stories are set in the 19th century, others have modern settings with automobiles, telephones, and radios. Those set in the 1860s use arms produced after the 1870s! The right to keep and bear arms was well-recognized when these films were made. Many of the stories tell of the struggle for economic independence (like the small businesses against the big corporate chains). For the movie titles and year see the “Western Classics 50 Movie Pack” and “Gunslinger Classics 50 Movie Pack” reviews.
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