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Raquel Welch stars as frontier wife turned gunfighter, Hannie Caulder, who teams up with a bounty hunter so she can kill the men who raped her and killed her husband. She does a lot with so little, and it doesn't help that she never looked better than she did in this movie. Much of the first half hour has her in a poncho and nothing else. Robert Culp is also excellent as infamous bounty hunter, Thomas Luther Price, who teaches Hannie how to handle a gun. The bumbling Clemens brothers, Emmett, Frank, and Rufus, are played by Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam, and Strother Martin. For such despicable people, this movie gives them lots of comedic moments. Christopher Lee stars in a small part as a gunmaker, Bailey, who makes a specialized gun for Hannie. The movie also stars Stephen Boyd and Aldo Sambrell in uncredited roles. It is a shame there is no DVD release for Hannie Caulder since it is such a beautifully shot movie. For a better than average revenge western with the gorgeous Raquel Welch, check out Hannie Caulder!
Hannie Caulder is raped and left for dead by a gang of three outlaws (Strother Martin, Jack Elam and Ernest Borgnine...reprising roles that each of them played over the years many times). She hooks up with a bounty hunter (Robert Culp) who teaches her how to shoot so she can get revenge on the rapists.
Certainly there are some aspects of this film that are severely dated: Raquel Welch hangs around in a poncho for the first half of the film...a kinda mini-dress with apparently nothing underneath, so you find yourself looking salaciously to see some flesh. This is a Playboy magazine-like detail that is more distracting than anything else...it plays off of Ms. Welch's beauty (and she is absolutely at the peak of her loveliness here) and the image of her in nothing-but-a-short-poncho is quite iconic. But it's dumb...how on earth can she ride a horse in the desert with NOTHING on the lower half of her body? Ouch! Later, she acquires a pair of super-tight deerskin slacks, which is equally ridiculous. No woman of the 1800's would have been caught dead in men's clothing. Neither would one have worn her hair long and straight or tons of black mascara. This superimposing of modern styles on a period drama is particularly badly handled and quite unnecessary, as Ms. Welch was more than beautiful enough to handle this role in proper period attire.
Robert Culp is delightful in an unexpected turn as a be-spectacled bounty hunter with a gentlemanly demeanor.Read more ›
The villainous trio of Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam, and Strother Martin can never seem to rob banks right. After another failed attempt, they happen upon Raquel Welch after they murder her husband in cold blood. After raping her, they leave her for dead, burning down her home. She escapes wearing just a blanket, and meets up with bounty hunter Robert Culp. He agrees to show her how to shoot, so she can exact her revenge. Her gunfighting technique is tested when she helps Culp fight off bandits while they are visiting Christopher Lee, a gunsmith who fashions Caulder a custom revolver. Eventually, Culp and Welch meet up with the three villains, and a lot of people die.
To highlight the good first, Robert Culp is such a natural actor, it is a shame he has had to resort to trash like the "Silent Night, Deadly Night" series as of late. His Thomas Price character is sympathetic and tough, without being another superhero cowboy who never gets hurt or never has a feeling. Christopher Lee is a revelation as the gunsmith Bailey. Taken out of his usual horror film, he shows he can really act without having to pop fangs in his mouth or wrap himself in toilet paper and limp after turn of the century archaeologists. His role is brief, but good. Burt Kennedy, a veteran Western director, knows his stuff. The gunfight at Lee's home is as well shot as any action sequence today, without relying on special effects or CGI. The obligatory romance between Welch and Culp is also handled very well, as they tentatively fall for each other.Read more ›
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I liked the movie but being an older movie and being put on blu ray the background music was much louder than the voices. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2013 by Deborah Schell
One of my best Raquel Welch movies ever.Plenty of great actors. Christopher Lee, Robert Culp, and Ernest Borgnine, Jack Elam and Strother Martin as the bad guys. Fantastic . Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2013 by Amazon Customer
Raquel Welch, Robert Culp, Strother Martin, Jack Elam, Ernest Borgnine. Talent alone says it all.Published on May 19 2013 by Chales V. Jones
Love both the leads and have always recalled this film with satisfied memories from my youth. It holds up remarkably well in the present.Published on Feb. 6 2013 by John Howling Mouse
It is a good movie that I seen a long time ago and at it why I want to the movie on DVD. The honest opinion about the movie--a good positive. Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2011 by Betty A. Swanigan
Fast moving western, entertainingly played by Welch and Culp. The villains here are alternately cruel and stupid, so the film teeters uncomfortably between aspirations of a serious... Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2011 by LP Quagmire
I liked this film because it was just plane Western and boy was Raquel Welch looking beautiful as she is today. Read morePublished on March 12 2004 by Kunal Kulkarni
This has got to be one of the best things Robert Culp ever did along with Welch although I have not seen much else of what she has done. Read morePublished on Dec 30 2003 by Furfoot
Revenge western starring Raquel Welch as the title character, victim of a vicious assault by outlaws led by Ernest Borgnine. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2003 by BD Ashley