Movies directed by Phil Karlson
The Texas Rangers (1951)
74 mins Western
How did most good guys get a band of outlaws in the old westerns? Nine out of Ten times they often masqueraded as an outlaw to get in with the gang so that they can work from the inside. And what would they do if they knew th...
Kansas City Confidential (1952)
99 mins Crime, Drama
Kansas City Confidential (1952) John Payne is the former criminal who finds himself set up for an armoured car robbery and having to clear his own name...
They Rode West (1954)
84 mins Western
You could say that the 1950 western "Broken Arrow" opened the floodgates because after James Stewart starred as Indian sympathizer Tom Jeffords we got more westerns which trod a similar path, which to be honest isn't a bad th...
Gunman's Walk (1958)
97 mins Western
If you are new to the western genre and just got use to the fact that many 50s westerns were little more than quickly produced tales because the public love a hero on a horse I urge you to watch "Gunman's Walk". It may not lo...
Kid Galahad (1962)
95 mins Comedy, Drama, Sport
In many ways "Kid Galahad" was the perfect movie for Elvis Presley, although that doesn't mean it's his best, but the whole set up is just perfect. There is a storyline surrounding Elvis's character, Walter Gulick, which is s...
98 mins Adventure , Drama
Despite being 50 years old "Rampage" reminds me a lot of modern cinema where storyline comes down the order of importance behind the look and cast. And there is no denying that "Rampage" looks good with some wonderful locatio...
* This is purely a list of reviews on The Movie Scene featuring the name Phil Karlson as one of the directors.