Saturday, September 19, 2009

Angel and the Badman

MOVIE REVIEW

Angel and the Badman:

Hallmark Channel Original Christmas Movie


CAST:

Lou Diamond Phillips ... Quirt
Luke Perry ... Loredo
Brendan Wayne ... Randy
Deborah Kara Unger ... Temperance




PLOT:

from Hallmark Channel-

BRENDAN WAYNE, GRANDSON OF THE IMMORTAL JOHN WAYNE, PAYS HOMAGE TO ‘THE DUKE’ IN THE THRILLING REMAKE OF HIS GRANDFATHER’S 1947 CLASSIC ‘ANGEL AND THE BADMAN’.

Hallmark Channel Original Movie, ANGEL AND THE BADMAN’, Also Stars Luke Perry
And Lou Diamond Phillips, and Has Its World Premiere Sunday, July 5, 2009-
Thirty years after John Wayne – the face the of the American Western – rode off into
the sunset for the last time. His grandson, Brendan Wayne, dusts off his grandfather’s cowboy hat for a role in “Angel and the Badman,” a remake of ‘The Duke’s’ 1947 classic, which was also the first film that Wayne served as producer for.

Lou Diamond Phillips and Luke Perry star as a pair of rival outlaws, one trying to change his ways and the other with murder on his mind. Wounded and on the run, notorious gunman Quirt Evans (Phillips) takes refuge with a sympathetic Quaker family. As he recovers, he begins to fall for the family’s beautiful daughter (Deborah Kara Unger, “88 Minutes”), and the hardened criminal begins to reconsider his violent ways in favor of the family’s peaceful, simple life. But Quirt’s past won’t let him escape that easily: Not only is he tempted by a lucrative offer made by his former partner, Randy (Wayne),but his deadly rival, Loredo (Perry), the man who wounded him, is hot on his trail and looking to finish the job.


BRENDAN WAYNE, GRANDSON OF JOHN WAYNE


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2 comments:

  1. Why was the movie the Christmas card not shown--It was listed for several air dates but never shown Very disappointed ------

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  2. I would like to hear from you as well. Every year I we look forward to watching The Christmas Card. He has passed and I wanted so very much to watch it again, even tho I would be watching alone. It was listed many times, tonight was another night it was to be on. But,its NOT> Why-- Can it be shown, even after Christmas.

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