Lust to Kill (1958)

69 or 71 mins | Western | 1958

Director:

Oliver Drake

Producers:

A. R. Milton, Pat Betz

Cinematographer:

Glenn McWilliams

Editor:

Everett Dodd

Production Designer:

George Troast

Production Company:

Production Associates Pictures
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HISTORY

The working titles for the film were A Time to Kill and Border Lust . Credit and summary information was taken from a Jul 1957 HR news item and a 1960 Filmfacts entry on the film. According to the information in the file on the film in the MPAA/PCA Collection at the AMPAS library, the film was released in New York City in Aug 1958. Lust to Kill was the first release of the newly formed Barjul International Pictures Corp. A modern source adds the following to the crew credits: Makeup artist Carlie Taylor; Asst dir Jack Doran; Props James Harris; Mus ed George Brand; Sd Al Overton; Mus supv Ramez Indriss. ... More Less

The working titles for the film were A Time to Kill and Border Lust . Credit and summary information was taken from a Jul 1957 HR news item and a 1960 Filmfacts entry on the film. According to the information in the file on the film in the MPAA/PCA Collection at the AMPAS library, the film was released in New York City in Aug 1958. Lust to Kill was the first release of the newly formed Barjul International Pictures Corp. A modern source adds the following to the crew credits: Makeup artist Carlie Taylor; Asst dir Jack Doran; Props James Harris; Mus ed George Brand; Sd Al Overton; Mus supv Ramez Indriss. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Filmfacts
1960.
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Hollywood Reporter
8 Jul 1957
p. 3.
Hollywood Reporter
21 Jul 1957
p. 11.
DETAILS
Alternate Titles:
A Time to Kill
Border Lust
Release Date:
1958
Premiere Information:
New York opening: August 1958
Production Date:
began 8 July 1957
Physical Properties:
Sound
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
69 or 71
Length(in feet):
6,427
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

With the help of his girl friend, Sherry, outlaw Cheney Holland breaks out of jail to track down Isaac Stancil and his gang, who are responsible for murdering Holland’s younger brother. Although pursued by Marshal Matt Gordon, Holland catches up with Stancil and after a fierce gunfight, kills the gang leader. Gordon uses Sherry to lure Holland to him, but the outlaw insists on a showdown and is killed. ... +


With the help of his girl friend, Sherry, outlaw Cheney Holland breaks out of jail to track down Isaac Stancil and his gang, who are responsible for murdering Holland’s younger brother. Although pursued by Marshal Matt Gordon, Holland catches up with Stancil and after a fierce gunfight, kills the gang leader. Gordon uses Sherry to lure Holland to him, but the outlaw insists on a showdown and is killed. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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