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      From Noon Till Three

      PG 1976 1 hr. 39 min. Western Comedy List
      43% 7 Reviews Tomatometer 60% 250+ Ratings Audience Score Bank robber Graham Dorsey (Charles Bronson) spends a few hours with beautiful widow Amanda Starbuck (Jill Ireland), in which time his gang takes part in a disastrous holdup. Learning of his comrades' demise, Dorsey goes on the lam. Believing her short-term lover was killed by the law, Amanda decides to make the most of having had a liaison with the supposedly deceased desperado by writing a book about him. Much to his confusion, the still-living Dorsey watches as his name becomes legendary. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Oct 18 Buy Now

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      James S One of my favorite Chuck Bronson movies. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 11/06/23 Full Review Audience Member Based on the book by Frank D. Gilroy The late Charles Bronson and the late Jill Ireland A western fill of romance, humor, danger, and betrayal Bank robber Graham Dorsey during the 19th century along with his team spend a few hours with beautiful widow Amanda Starbuck During which time his gang takes part in a disastrous holdup Learning of his comrades' demise, Dorsey goes on the lam Believing her short-term lover was killed by the law, Amanda decides to make the most of having had a liaison with the supposedly deceased desperado by writing a book about him Much to his confusion, the still-living Dorsey watches as his name becomes legendary But how long can the deceit last? Some of the music in here is really silly Oddly we spend a long time at the beginning at this widows house with Dorsey and Amanda exchanging romantic flirtation Then it shifts to gunfights then to Amanda breaking down the situation to the townsfolk after Dorsey's supposed demise The book becomes a best-seller and Dorsey in disguise is eating up everything yet at some point it gets on his nerves so much since he can't escape it This premise is stretched enormously which is very strange and the rest the time is just focused on Bronson Such a bizarre ending too Not one of Bronson's better pictures but a strange look at someone's identity disappearing entirely thanks to a lie he concocted and having nothing once its taken a life of its own Not a traditional western but more like a spoof of the genre by eschewing the cliches Not perfect but different Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Audience Member A quirky screwball comedy that I would've never expected Bronson to pull off, but his chemistry with Ireland and how well they off one another is infectious. This ain't your typical Western, and it ends on an unexpected note. I was very pleasantly surprised by this one. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 06/10/20 Full Review Audience Member The last 20 minutes made all the rest worthwhile. Especially the final scene. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Very entertaining. Refreshing to see Bronson and Ireland do a romantic comedy. Something different and original. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/16/23 Full Review delysid d odd that the "romance of the century" began when charles bronson rapes the woman he has just taken hostage in her own home Rated 3 out of 5 stars 05/04/19 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times The movie opens unsteadily and takes too long to close, but the things that happen between noon and three give us new ideas about Bronson's possibilities. Rated: 2.5/4 Oct 30, 2018 Full Review Steve Warren The Barb (Atlanta) From Noon Till Three tries to turn Charles Bronson and his wife, Jill Ireland, into Clark Gable and Carole Lombard... Instead, it turns an audience into a restless mob, as it wastes an hour before getting into the real plot. May 9, 2023 Full Review Matt Brunson Film Frenzy Plays less like a Western and more like a spoof of a Western. Rated: 3/4 Dec 28, 2020 Full Review Ruth Batchelor Los Angeles Free Press Charlie Bronson is in a tongue-in-cheek Western spoof comedy, and it is hilarious! Not only is the picture funny, Bronson is screams! Oct 28, 2019 Full Review Jesús Fernández Santos El Pais (Spain) Based on a set of excellent characters, the comedy develops with ease and a good rhythm. It covers the old themes of the Western in an original style that eschews the clichés of the genre. [Full Review in Spanish] Jul 31, 2019 Full Review Bernard Drew Gannett News Service A laughable piece of idiocy. Jul 9, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Bank robber Graham Dorsey (Charles Bronson) spends a few hours with beautiful widow Amanda Starbuck (Jill Ireland), in which time his gang takes part in a disastrous holdup. Learning of his comrades' demise, Dorsey goes on the lam. Believing her short-term lover was killed by the law, Amanda decides to make the most of having had a liaison with the supposedly deceased desperado by writing a book about him. Much to his confusion, the still-living Dorsey watches as his name becomes legendary.
      Director
      Frank D. Gilroy
      Screenwriter
      Frank D. Gilroy
      Production Co
      Frankovich Productions
      Rating
      PG
      Genre
      Western, Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Sep 16, 2008
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