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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Michael Zyx MH Claes's rating of the film Jesse James

    A Classic. Starring Randolph SCOTT, Henry FONDA (Frank JAMES, as in its sequel Return of Frank JAMES), Tyrone POWER (Jesse JAMES), Lon CHANEY JR (a gang member). John CARRADINE (coward & traitor Bob FORD) to appear in the remake True Story of Jesse James. ===== Le 3ème grand film hollywoodien en technicolor (après Une étoile est née (1937) de William WELLMAN et Les Aventures de Robin des Bois de Michael CURTIZ (1938)

  2. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Jesse James

    Jesse James turned into the Wild West's Robin Hood mixing history with legend and myth in what is a excellently acted and photographed western.

  3. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film Jesse James

    Paints the west with the utmost depth of superficiality...

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Jesse James

    Une excellente composition de Tyrone Power et Henry Fonda, dans un film inoubliable devenu un classique du genre dont Nicholas Ray fera un remake en 1956...

  5. JonMB's rating of the film Jesse James

    Throw Tyrone Power (Jr), Henry Fonda and Randolph Scott together and you end up with a pretty darn good western. Cool to see these three stars together in the early years of their careers. The story is a different take on the Jesse James story. The gentler, family side of Jesse James, if you will.

  6. Sunrise's rating of the film Jesse James

    "James" is an excuse to explore an interesting lawlessness within the 'west,' which is initiated by the dismissal of justice for large industry via the train, and further businesses associated and expanded by it. While those whom circumvent this order constantly struggle for survival, Jesse is the one that learns of the one law that cannot be avoided: 'family' piety. This law's dismissal is 'wild' death in the west.

  7.'s rating of the film Jesse James

    Consummate in every way. King's command of color vies with some of the most poetic dappled shadows this side of Straub-Huillet. The James brothers flee an ambush amid the chirps of birds and croaks of frogs. American mythology as a dynamic between portraiture and action; faces and their bodies against nature; the vital light outside and the haunted light of enclosing spaces.