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I Shot Jesse James
Fuller's directorial debut is a psychological western, excavating, with pathos and humor, the tale of Robert Ford, the member of Jesse James's gang who shot the famed outlaw in the back.
The Baron of Arizona A devilishly witty Vincent Price plays a nineteenth-century con man who sets out to commit the most epic swindle in U.S. history: to claim himself as the rightful inheritor of Arizona.
The Steel Helmet With its low budget and high ambitions, Fuller's snarling Korean War film, an examination of race relations as well as a visceral plunge into battle, remains one of the director's most discussed and admired works.
A gritty, realistic film, produced during the Korean War. Considered "unpatriotic" by some at the time, it was criticized by the Pentagon for its depiction of a captured North... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TLR
Brilliant portrayal of the U.S. Army during the Korean war.Published 3 months ago by David G Boston sr
I think this was one of the greatest movies ever made about the Korean War everybody should see thisPublished 5 months ago by kenny ''T''
Although as I kind I liked this film, two later viewings and I could not get halfway through the film. Short on everything,poor Direction, really poor script, etc. etc. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alan K. Sumrall
The First Films of Samuel Fuller is 3 film Criterion Collection set featuring I Shot Jesse James (1949), The Baron of Arizona (1950), and The Steel Helmet (1951). Read morePublished 7 months ago by R. Freeman