1941-1950Anthony MannClassicsUSAWestern

Anthony Mann – The Furies (1950)

The 1870s, New Mexico territory: T.C. Jeffords is a cattle baron who built his ranch, the Furies, from scratch. He borrows from banks, pays hired hands with his own script (“T.C.’s”), and carries on low-level warfare with the Mexicans who settled the land but are now considered squatters. He has enemies, including Rip Darrow, a saloon owner who’s father T.C. took land from. His headstrong daughter, Vance, has a life-long friend in one of the Mexicans, her heart set on Rip, and dad’s promise she’ll run the Furies someday. Her hopes are smashed by Rip’s revenge, a gold-digger who turns T.C.’s head, and T.C.’s own murderous imperialism. Is Vance to be cursed by fury and hatred?

+Commentary by film historian Jim Kitses

2.54GB | 1h 49m | 768×576 | mkv




  1. Could you please reupload it, when you have time?
    It would be great if you had an upgraded version of this masterpiece WITH the commentary (which is extremely interesting: the commentary is more important than the upgraded version)…
    Many thanks, good evening.

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