My Favorite Andre De Toth Films

* * * * (Out of * * * *)

1.   Day of the Outlaw (1959)

2.   Play Dirty (1969)

3.   Pitfall (1948)

4.   Crime Wave (1954)

5.   Ramrod (1947)

6.   Man in the Saddle (1951)

7.   House of Wax (1953)

8.   The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)

* * * 1/2 (Out of * * * *)

1.   Springfield Rifle (1952)

2.   The Bounty Hunter (1954)

3.   Riding Shotgun (1954)

4.   Thunder Over the Plains (1953)

5.   Carson City (1952)

6.   The Indian Fighter (1955)

6 thoughts on “My Favorite Andre De Toth Films

  1. It really is quite insane the amount of films you’ve seen John! Most of the director films you’ve posted recently I haven’t really heard of but it’s great to see which ones I should be checking out. Andre De Toth is a recent find for me and I loved both Pitfall and Crime Wave. I will be looking into the others in the top of the list for sure. Nice one for the heads up……… Mikey

  2. Andre De Toth is a skilled director. Speaking of films of his that you should check out, Play Dirty is one of them. It is a British War film with Michael Caine and it comes off as the type of film that you would review on your site 🙂 Anyway, thanks for dropping by 🙂

  3. This list takes me back to being 16, and watching ‘Play Dirty’ in the cinema. An outstanding British cast, and one of the best ‘twist endings’ I can recall. I certainly wasn’t expecting that, I can tell you. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Oh yes “Play Dirty” I have seen that one! Didn’t realise it was Andre De Toth! Best scene by far was the German Nurse in the back of the ambulance who comes busting out fighting like a trooper. 🙂

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