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The Gatling Gun

2.6 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

With its ability to deliver 200 rounds per minute, the Gatling gun was the most formidable killing machine to emerge in the Old West. Certain that the gun will make his tribe invincible, Apache chief Two-Knives is determined to seize the weapon being transported by a cavalry detachment led by Lieutenant Malcolm. The jammed gun will not fire, and the horse soldiers find themselves surrounded by over a hundred bloodthirsty warriors. Malcolm stubbornly resolves to hold out to the last man and prevent the renegades from gaining possession of the deadly machine gun.

Guy Stockwell who appeared in scores of films and TV shows, stars in this 1971 production. Former child actor Robert Gordon appeared as young Al Jolson's son in The Jazz Singer (1927). He went on to direct The Joe Louis Story (1953), It Came From Beneath The Sea (1955) and dozens of TV shows. The all-star supporting cast includes prolific TV actress Barbara Luna, Woody Strode, John Carradine, Patrick Wayne, Phil Harris, Pat Buttram and Robert Fuller.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Guy Stockwell, Woody Strode, Patrick Wayne, Robert Fuller, Barbara Luna
  • Directors: Robert Gordon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Alpha Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 30, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003N2JKPS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #284,131 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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the company TIMELESS MEDIA GROUP that reproduced this movie wanted to make a quick buck. the picture quality is rotten and the audio is worse. sometimes you cant understand what is being said. they have inserted a TMG icon several times in the movie. the only reason i gave this 1 star is because you couldnt rate it a lower rating. also you cant jump to the list of cast. i would not spend any money on a dvd from TIMELESS MEDIA GROUP.
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This review is for the movie The Gatling Gun/King Gun 1972/1973,there is one with the same title in 1968 thats a different movie folks!....Like the title says a good movie,good actors,see other reviews for discription of movie review..........but I thought I'd also rate the quality of the dvd from Westlake Budget,very poor looks like a copy of the original film which is in bad shape,colours faded,film scrathes etc and I understand the dvd from Timeless Media Group is no better.......not worth the price keep it in mind and wait for a better copy to be released.........I like buying from Amazon but when they sell you dvd's that are this bad a quality your actually getting riped off by these distributers,when will Amazon look after there customers and pull movies made by this off there shelfs....until Amazon does we need to not just review movies but identify these distributers in our reviews so no one else buys them............just my little thought going out to you!!!
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Gatling Gun & King Gun ARE the same movie. My father was one of the producers of the movie which was filmed outside Santa Fe in 1969 but originally titled as a 1970 release under the name "King Gun." Its sneak preview took place in Milwaukee because that is where the producers (Broadway Enterprises) were from. The sneak preview was poorly edited: In a wide shot you could see a jet fly overhead and in another scene after an Indian gets shot his blood pack didn't break and he had to hit himself in the eye three or four times before it burst. Another scene shows an Indian shot off his horse and in the close up you can see his Timex watch. Originally, we thought it was a comedy but after talking to my dad over the phone (he was out of town) he was stunned to hear what we had to say. It was subsequently re-edited and retitled as The Gatling Gun and sold to Turner Broadcasting. Usually seen as a late night B-Western movie it really is pretty good. Though none of the original investors made any money off the movie it did generate many great stories and good laughs, and several large tax deductions.
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Funky and typical grade B with an attempt to put forth a message that does not quite make it. I watch it but then slept through some of it - did not lose any of the muddled plot. After killing dozens of Indians and no horses, the hero decides not to kill the guy who was responsible. The hero showed empathy and let the bad guy, but not really a bad guy, ride off into the sunset. Sometimes these films are enjoyable - no thinking required.
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The Gatling Gun, aka King Gun, is a nice little western with a good cast of western regulars. The US Cavalry is stretched pretty thin all across the Southwest as the Apaches attack all over the territory. The government sends a Gatling Gun to each military post to help fend off the Indians. At one outpost, the gun is stolen so a troop must go out and bring it back. During the rescue effort, the troop comes across a family trying to make it to safety. The cavalry troop and the family must fight their way home as an Apache chief, Two Knifes, and over a hundred braves close in on them. There is nothing really special about this movie, but I enjoyed it. If you can find a copy for cheap, I recommend it.

Guy Stockwell plays Lt. Malcolm, the leader of the cavalry troop trying to recover a Gatling gun and survive countless Apache attacks. Robert Fuller plays Sneed, a greedy soldier who tries to dispose of the gun with Rev. Harper, John Carradine's character. Barbara Luna stars as Leona, the treacherous reverend's daughter who will do anything to survive. Woody Strode is Runner, the army scout leading the troop through Apache territory. The family travelling along with the troop includes Patrick Wayne as Jim, Pat Buttram as Tin Pot, Phil Harris as Boland, and Judy Jordan as Martha. The Apache chief Two Knives is played by Carlos Rivas. The VHS offers a decent looking copy with colors that fade in and out at certain points in the movie. For an enjoyable western with a good cast and an exciting climax, check out The Gatling Gun!
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This isn't the best Western I've seen, but it shows a lot of Indians getting killed by the gatling gun, so if you like rooting for Indians, you'll be disappointed. The movie just shows a band of people transporting the gun through Indian territory. It just so happens the gun doesn't operate when it's missing a working part, so I guess this is suppose to show that the men is vulnerable to attack, when without their deadly weapon. The movie ends abruptly, making you wonder what was the plot to begin with after all. I have no complaint of the quality of video or audio, it's not the best, but doesn't take away from viewing pleasure.
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By trish on December 9, 2011
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I was disappointed with this dvd. The acting is both very good and very bad. I do not think the over all finished product did justice to what could have been a great storyline.
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