3:10 to Yuma (1957)

Film, Drama

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Desperate for money, frontier rancher Van Heflin holds outlaw Glenn Ford at gunpoint, intending to collect the $200 reward. While both men await the train to Yuma that will escort Ford to prison, the cagey outlaw offers Heflin $10,000 if he'll set Ford free. The rest of the film is a sweat-inducing cat-and-mouse game between captive and captor, interrupted with bursts of violence from both Ford's gang (commandeered by Richard Jaeckel) and the vacillating townsfolk. 3:10 to Yuma is one of the best of the character-driven psychological westerns of the 1950s. Its only flaw is Ford's unconvincing character turnaround towards the end.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Release details

Rated: PG
Duration: 92 mins

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