see details

Blood on the Moon (BD)

Blood on the Moon (BD)

Blood on the Moon (BD)

SKU: 1000758263

Regular price $21.99

1 review



This item ships to the USA.

This item ships within 3 business days.


Robert Mitchum and Barbara Bel Geddes star in this taut Western thriller about a gunslinging drifter who realizes he's been hired to be a villain. Out on the Texas frontier, Jim Garry (Mitchum) rides into town, quickly getting caught in a simmering confrontation between homesteaders and cattle ranchers. After accepting employment from an old mercenary friend, Tate Riling (Robert Preston), Garry comes to realize that Riling has been manipulating the tensions between rancher John Lufton (Tom Tully) and the local settlers in a bid to swindle the Luftons out of their livestock. Garry becomes torn between his conscience and his greed until he finds himself falling for John Lufton's daughter, the formidable Amy (Bel Geddes). Soon, the two old friends will face off in a bloody showdown from which only one will leave alive. Based on the novel Gunman's Chance by Luke Short.

Product Details


Customer Reviews
5 Based on 1 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
United States United States
I recommend this product
Blood On The Moon A Tale of Greed,Corruption and Redemption

Blood On The Moon 1948 glad to see it finally coming to disc and Blu Ray at that, have loved this movie for decades got a chance to get it on VHS back in the Eighties and never regretted it looked for it on DVD over the Years but it either never came out at least in the US or I just missed it, wonderful movie and its in glorious B/W Robert Mitchum does a great job of playing the wondering cowboy/gunslinger for hire tough and rough as they come and Robert Preston as the greedy no morals I'm getting rich by any means and will use anybody or anything to get what he wants to do it, both character's look to be pretty much the same at the beginning of the movie but as it progresses you begin to see the differences in Mitchum's character, certain things he won't do for money, can't recommend this movie enough, a lost gem buy it and if you don't like it i'll buy it off you(at a reduced price of course) I think it's that good Don't take my word for it and don't be put off by the Picture on the Disc it makes it look a lighter than it is. BUY IT and see for yourself, you get Walter Brennan and a lot of great character actors of the time to boot and directed by the great Robert Wise