Quantez (1957)

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Movie basic details

Current status - Released
Total runtime - 81 mins.
Release date - 06-09-1957
Release year - 1957
Genres - Western

Overall ratings and scores for Quantez:
Happiness Score - 5.8/10, World Popularity Score - 1.731/100, IMDB Score - 6.0, Metascore - N/A, Internet Movie Database - 6.0/10, .
Quantez movie has Total Global Votes - 6, Total IMD Votes - 528

Quantez Movie Introduction: Movie Quantez, release year 1957 is written by R. Wright Campbell, Ann Edwards and directed by Harry Keller. The leading star-cast in this movie are Fred MacMurray, Dorothy Malone, James Barton along with the other stars and crew members.

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Movie overview and plot by

Movie in-short: Gang of robbers heads for Mexican border, meets unexpected opposition along the way.

Movie story-line: A gang of bank robbers with a posse in hot pursuit. Riding into the desert, they take refuge in Quantez, a small town they find deserted. Their horses tired and near death, they’re forced to stay the night — with the plan to cross the border into Mexico the next day.

Movie synopsis: After a bank robbery, Heller and his small gang are on the run from the posse. The gang intends to cross the border into Mexico but their horses are tired. The outlaws decide to make a stopover in the town of Quantez to rest and feed the horses. Heller is a brutal and cynical man who treats his woman, Chaney, with disdain and contempt. Gentry is Heller's second-in-command and he proves to be an experienced and wise gunfighter from the old days. Eastern gunslinger Teach is a newcomer to the West and he's green but eager, with an added touch of gentlemanly chivalry towards women. When Heller treats Chaney bad, Teach defends her, causing violent clashes between himself and Heller. Gentry has to step in and separate the two before they kill each other over Chaney. The last member of the gang, Gato, is a white man who was raised by the Apache and considers himself to be Apache. He is useful to the gang because he knows the region well, he can speak Apache dialects and can use many Apache tricks to throw off the pursuing posse. When the gang reaches the town of Quantez it is shocked to see a deserted ghost town. Nevertheless, they decide to rest there for the night. Gato goes in the night to scout around and he finds an Apache spear with a message that anyone still found in town after sunrise will be killed. Gato realizes there are Apaches around but decides to keep this information to himself. With Apaches lurking around and Heller trying to kill Teach over pretty Chaney it doesn't look like the gang will ever reach Mexico.

Highlights - Quantez (1957)

Total budget - $0.00
Total revenue - $0.00
Produced by - Universal International Pictures
Produced in - United States of America
Available languages - English (English),
Homepage URL -
Awards won / Nominations - N/A
Certificate(s) - US : NR US : NR

Lead Actors, Writer(s), Director(s) of Quantez (1957)

Lead Actors - Fred MacMurray, Dorothy Malone, James Barton
Writer(s) - R. Wright Campbell, Ann Edwards
Director(s) - Harry Keller

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ) about Quantez (1957)

What is the release date of Quantez (1957)?
Release date of Quantez (1957) is 06-09-1957.


What is the total runtime of Quantez (1957) in minutes?
Total runtime of Quantez (1957) in minutes is 81 min.


What is the budget consumed to produce Quantez (1957) movie?
The budget consumed to produce Quantez (1957) movie is around $0.00.


How much revenue is expected from movie Quantez (1957)?
Expected revenue from movie movie Quantez (1957) is around $0.00.


What is the pupularity of Quantez (1957)?
Worldwide pupularity of Quantez (1957) movie is 1.731%.


What is the name of the production company of film Quantez (1957)?
Production company of film Quantez (1957) is/are Universal International Pictures, .


Which country the film Quantez (1957) is produced in?
Film production country for the film Quantez (1957) is United States of America, .


Which language the film Quantez (1957) is produced in?
Film Quantez (1957) is produced in English (English), language(s).


Which Genre the film Quantez (1957) belongs to?
Movie Quantez (1957) is categorized under Action, Crime, Romance genre(s).


Who are the lead actors of the film Quantez (1957)?
Lead actors of the film Quantez (1957) are Fred MacMurray, Dorothy Malone, James Barton.


Who is the writer of the film Quantez (1957)?
The writer(s) of the film Quantez (1957) is/are R. Wright Campbell, Ann Edwards.


Who is the director of the film Quantez (1957)?
The director(s) of the film Quantez (1957) is/are Harry Keller.


Which awards, nominations and recognitions are won by Quantez (1957) movie?
Movie Quantez (1957) has N/A awards and nomination in it's profile.


What is the story of Quantez (1957) in-short?
Short plot of movie Quantez (1957): Gang of robbers heads for Mexican border, meets unexpected opposition along the way..


What is the full story of Quantez (1957) movie?
Full plot of movie Quantez (1957): After a bank robbery, Heller and his small gang are on the run from the posse. The gang intends to cross the border into Mexico but their horses are tired. The outlaws decide to make a stopover in the town of Quantez to rest and feed the horses. Heller is a brutal and cynical man who treats his woman, Chaney, with disdain and contempt. Gentry is Heller's second-in-command and he proves to be an experienced and wise gunfighter from the old days. Eastern gunslinger Teach is a newcomer to the West and he's green but eager, with an added touch of gentlemanly chivalry towards women. When Heller treats Chaney bad, Teach defends her, causing violent clashes between himself and Heller. Gentry has to step in and separate the two before they kill each other over Chaney. The last member of the gang, Gato, is a white man who was raised by the Apache and considers himself to be Apache. He is useful to the gang because he knows the region well, he can speak Apache dialects and can use many Apache tricks to throw off the pursuing posse. When the gang reaches the town of Quantez it is shocked to see a deserted ghost town. Nevertheless, they decide to rest there for the night. Gato goes in the night to scout around and he finds an Apache spear with a message that anyone still found in town after sunrise will be killed. Gato realizes there are Apaches around but decides to keep this information to himself. With Apaches lurking around and Heller trying to kill Teach over pretty Chaney it doesn't look like the gang will ever reach Mexico..


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List of full Starcast and crew members of Quantez (1957)

Full Starcast:

profie photo of Fred MacMurrayName: Fred MacMurray
Character: Gentry

profie photo of Dorothy MaloneName: Dorothy Malone
Character: Chaney

profie photo of James BartonName: James Barton
Character: Minstrel

profie photo of Sydney ChaplinName: Sydney Chaplin
Character: Gato

profie photo of John GavinName: John Gavin
Character: Teach

profie photo of John LarchName: John Larch
Character: Heller

profie photo of Michael AnsaraName: Michael Ansara
Character: Delgadito

Crew Members:

profie photo of Leslie I. CareyName: Leslie I. Carey
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Sound

profie photo of Alexander GolitzenName: Alexander Golitzen
Department: Art
Job/Role: Art Direction

profie photo of Russell A. GausmanName: Russell A. Gausman
Department: Art
Job/Role: Set Decoration

profie photo of Rosemary OdellName: Rosemary Odell
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Costume Design

profie photo of Bud WestmoreName: Bud Westmore
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Makeup Artist

profie photo of Alfred YbarraName: Alfred Ybarra
Department: Art
Job/Role: Art Direction

profie photo of Joan St. OeggerName: Joan St. Oegger
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Hairstylist

profie photo of Oliver EmertName: Oliver Emert
Department: Art
Job/Role: Set Decoration

profie photo of Carl E. GuthrieName: Carl E. Guthrie
Department: Camera
Job/Role: Director of Photography

profie photo of Herman SteinName: Herman Stein
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Music

profie photo of Harry KellerName: Harry Keller
Department: Directing
Job/Role: Director

profie photo of Corson JowettName: Corson Jowett
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Sound

profie photo of R. Wright Campbell Name: R. Wright Campbell
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Screenplay

profie photo of R. Wright Campbell Name: R. Wright Campbell
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Story

profie photo of Joseph GershensonName: Joseph Gershenson
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Music Supervisor

profie photo of Gordon KayName: Gordon Kay
Department: Production
Job/Role: Producer

profie photo of Ann EdwardsName: Ann Edwards
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Story

profie photo of Fred MacDowellName: Fred MacDowell
Department: Editing
Job/Role: Editor

profie photo of George LollierName: George Lollier
Department: Directing
Job/Role: Assistant Director

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Reviews Section

rated 4 out of 5
June 23, 2021

John Coventry the lonely one, began and ended with a gun. Quantez is directed by Harry Keller and written by R. Wright Campbell and Anne Edwards. It stars Fred MacMurray, Dorothy Malone, James Barton, Sydney Chaplin, John Gavin and John Larch. A CinemaScope production in Eastman Color, with music scored by Herman Stein (supervision Joseph Gershenson) and cinematography by Carl E. Guthrie. A gang of robbers hole up for the night in the ghost town of Quantez. But what is the greater threat to their well being? The Indians out in the hills? Or each other? Maybe you get to be a killer? But you will be sick to the stomach because of it. A smartly written and acted psychological Western, Quantez deserves to be better known and appraised. This is all about characterisations and the hot bed situation they dwell within, the emphasis on dialogue and interactions as suspicion, passions, racism and treachery show their hands. Standard characters do apply, the girl with a past she's not proud of, the loose cannon, the greenhorn kid, the duplicitous one and the guy with a secret tucked away. There's even a late addition of a wandering minstrel (Barton), splendidly calling himself Puritan. These characters are well blended for narrative strength by Keller, the director keeping things on the slow burn, an impending sense of implosion permeating proceedings. Technical aspects are smart, the exterior filming, when the film comes out of the claustrophobic confines of the ghost town, is most pleasing, while the Eastman Color is gorgeous and never garish. Cast score well, notably a stubble and grungy MacMurray, a pretty and emotionally fragile Malone and Larch, who is unstable and enjoying his chance for villainy. Except for a fist fight, an opening pursuit and the odd moment of macho posturing, the action is saved for the excellent last quarter, so first time viewers after a high energy Oater are advised that this is not the film for them. But for those who like some psychological discord in their Westerns, where plot dynamics are simmering until the denouement, then seek this out if you can. 8/10


-- John Chard

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