Friday, April 3, 2015

Jesse James' Women (1954)

An American western by Don Barry de Acosta A.K.A. Milton Poimboeuf.
Jesse James is in town with his gang of outlaws. While there, he has mutiple simultaneous relationships with the local women.
This was pretty bad. The video was blocky and pixellated. The audio was gritty and muffled. Though it looked and sounded bad, the acting was the worst part. The sheriff and his daughter were the worst actors. In the saloon, there was a line of dancing girls who could not coordinate their movements and were all wearing different dresses. It was the sloppiest line of dancing girls I have ever seen. On the plus side, there were some good camera shots in the ending gunfight. I have to rate this bad. Don't watch this unless you like Howling: New Moon Rising (1995).

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