The Hired Hand

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Time Out says

Peter Fonda's follow-up to Easy Rider is a strange hybrid of a movie which starts off as a ghastly Western parody of Dennis Hopper's film, and then develops into something much more interesting: the last half is primarily concerned with the problems of a woman in a male-oriented Western culture, and Bloom captures the part magnificently, adding another dimension to the film by her performance. Oates, too, is as good as ever, and there are a few scenes between them of real subtlety and intelligence before the uninteresting mechanics of the plot reassert themselves.
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Release details

UK release:

1971

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Peter Fonda

Cast:

Ted Markland, Severn Darden, Robert Pratt, Verna Bloom, Warren Oates, Peter Fonda, Ann Doran

Music:

Bruce Langhorne

Art Director:

Lawrence G Paull

Editor:

Frank Mazzola

Cinematography:

Vilmos Zsigmond

Screenwriter:

Alan Sharp

Producer:

William L Hayward

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