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Ten Tall Men(1951)

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  • Ridiculous fun.

    • Prospero
    • 9/3/13

    Almost a true "hoot." Hilarious (and ridiculous) farce guaranteed to thrill anyone with a Burt Lancaster crush, Gilbert Rowland and Mike Mazurki fans and trivia fiends. Can you spot the regular from the late Three Stooges, or the young cast member from Hogans Heroes, more than a decade later? Great for the whole family, including the incredulous. Some will even be able to suspend disbelief despite mid-western accents among so-called Arabian tribesmen and women played by unapologetic American women who violate every fashion law imaginable, displaying an odd ball mixture of Balinese Hindu accessories and Bactrian bling.

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    • peter anagnoston
    • 4/7/13

    First saw this movie at a college fraternity date night in 1952. This movie was really great at its time and all the frat members thought it was great. I have been looking for this film for some time and finally found out when it was made and by whom. Incidently, the college was Otterbien College, in Westerville Ohio. Would like to see it again or even purchase a DVD or video if available.The movie wqs produced by Columbia Pictures, Oct. 26. 1951.Can you help?

  • ten tall men

    • peter anagnoston
    • 4/7/13

    First saw this movie at one of college fraternity date night in 1952. This movie was really great at its time and all the frat members thought it was great. I have been looking for this film for some time and finally found out when it was made and by whom. Incidently, the college was Otterbien College, in Westerville Ohio. Would like to see it again or even purchase a DVD or video if available.The movie wqs produced by Columbia Pictures, Oct. 26. 1951.Can you help?

  • Ten Tall Men, Burt Lancaster

    • Mick barilla
    • 11/2/12

    Great Film! Though it is only about 90 minutes in length, it has to be one of the funest adventure movies made in the early 1950's. Burt Lancaster was just starting out in his long career. he had made 3 movies from this time period, The Crimson Pirate, Flame and the Arrow, and this one, Ten Tall Men. If you want to see classic Lancaster with that devilish smile and flare, view " Ten Tall Men" I only wish that TCM would offer this movie for purchase. I would buy it in a New York Minute!!!!

  • ten tall men

    • mark nash
    • 8/27/10

    Would love to see this movie again. i saw it when i was a kid and wanted to know if you are going to show it again anytime soon. fantastic movie!

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