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There's an appealing sense of disorientation that flows throughout 1964's "Invitation to a Gunfighter." It's not a dramatically dense effort, but it holds focus on shifting allegiances and desires, attempting to find different dramatic directions that move past traditional offerings of six-gun violence than typically motivate the genre. Returning Yul Brynner to the old west, "Invitation to a Gunfighter" scores with surprise and intimidation, finding the star's icy stare and the screenplay's behavioral curiosity combining to deliver a slightly askew take on revenge. Read the rest at


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