The Glory Guys
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The Glory Guys
Though written by Sam Peckinpah (he adapted the film from a novel by Hoffman Birney), the direction of The Glory Guys was entrusted to the competent but perfunctory Arnold Laven. Cavalry captain Demas Harrod (Tom Tryon) and his faithful scout Sol Rogers (Harve Presnell) are placed under the command of xenophobic general Frederick McCabe (Andrew Duggan), who hates Indians almost as much as his own men hate him. When not preparing to decimate every Native American in their path, Harrod and Rogers carry on a rivalry over the hand of pretty Lou (Senta Berger; another authentic Wild West type). The… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Brawling fisticuffs, comedy and romantic triangle mark a slightly forced plot until an exciting climax."
‑ Variety Staff, Variety
"The result's hardly a masterpiece, but it builds to a nicely mounted battle that pushes the point home."
‑ Trevor Johnston, Time Out
"Though the direction is uninspired, the film is greatly enhanced by the photography of veteran cameraman Howe."
‑ , TV Guide's Movie Guide
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