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- snickasnee83Mar 08, 2011by
I remember watching this hilarious movie way back in the '70's, laughing like a loon at the ridiculous goings-on, which, by the way, aren't TOO far from the truth...
Paul Newman takes a comedic tack as Roy Bean, self-styled "judge" of Vinegaroon County, Texas. After being nearly killed by ruffians in a barroom/house of ill repute, Roy comes back to inflict stern vengeance on all the miscreants, both male and female (he kills them all). Claiming the now empty public house as his "courthouse", Bean then commences to dole out "justice" to all evildoers-without the benefit of a trial by jury-by the expedient of very public hangings.
With the aid of former outlaws-turned-marshalls, Roy Bean gains great notoriety as the Hanging Judge. Sworn to serve "Texas and Miss Lily" (Lily Langtry, British actress and singer of the day with whom Bean was infatuated), and with the aid of a seldom-read outdated Texas law book, Bean's exploits become more and more strange, and hilarious.
Though widely panned by critics after its release in 1972, it is nevertheless a great, tongue-in-cheek tour de laughs for most of us non-critics. Directed by John Huston (who has a bit part as Grizzly Adams), with Roddy McDowall, Ned Beatty, Victoria Principal, Anthony Perkins, and Ava Gardner as Lily Langtry. 5*****Read full review
- larryfisherusmcFeb 04, 2014by
Very pleased and happy I made the purchesed, enjoyed it many times.
This has been a movie i have wanted to get ever since i have seen it years ago. I never thought of it for along time but I saw a article that made me want to get it, so I started my search on found it on e-bay at a real good price, and now I have watched it a couple of times since i have owned it and it was a very good choice i made by getting it and I have been pleased with it since I have had it.
- 909ricksterMar 30, 2010by
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
This is another excellent Paul Newman movie that does not get much notice. Even though the movie is not accurate with most of the Judge's colorful life, the acting and script is very above average. A very young Victoria Principal plays a Mexican girl that becomes the Mother of the Judge's daughter, and she actually pulls it off fairly well. I have been trying for a long time to obtain this movie in DVD format, but was always outbid...This was in VHS, but it still was in good shape, and a very good viewing after all these years!
- hunnybunnfunJul 10, 2006by
life and times of judge roy bean
this was a all time favorite movie, me and my dad watched when i was a kid, was real glad to find it on e bay. now my kids can watch it with me, theres not many good family movies out there you can watch with your kids.