The Furies
The Furies (1950)

A confused young woman's conflicting feelings about her ruthless, domineering father drive her to murder in this convoluted, off-beat western. Her daddy, a cattle baron, is manipulative and shrewd. After he hangs his daughter's… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: August 16, 1950
DVD Release Date: June 24, 2008
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Sean Axmaker
Stream on Demand

... a genre hybrid: a psychological western by way of a Gothic melodrama, with a dark, shadowy style right out of Mann's earlier film noirs.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Mann raises the bar for westerns, making them more adult and dramatic.

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Fernando F. Croce

A decisive building block for the Stewart westerns, but with an Athena-like force of its own

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Of [Mann's] various transitional films, none is more consistently fascinating or misunderstood than the masterpiece The Furies.

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Bob Stinson
Western Noir Epic Melodrama. (NOT a Buddy Movie, NOT a Musical.) A transitional and somewhat uneven work for Mann. Worth a look for many reasons - including… More
Ken Stachnik
Stanwyck delivers my 2nd favorite "office supply goes into somebody's face" moment of 2008.
jay nixon
Robust western with greek tragedy overtones. Stanwyck is great as always matched by Huston and Anderson.
Michael Gildea
This was such an amazing movie. Barbara Stanwyck was her usual amazing self and Walter Huston was as entertaining as ever--not to mention their obvious… More
Stella Dallas
a great overlooked western from anthony mann. walter huston is always a joy to watch and in his last film he plays the boss of the furies, a man so powerful he… More
cody franklin
This film is just a treat. Walter Huston is a bat shit crazy rancher living it up in the twilight of his life. Stanwyck is his bat shit crazy daughter who wants… More