The Highwayman

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The Highwayman is a 1951 Cinecolor film based on the poem of the same name by Alfred Noyes. Noyes wrote in his autobiography that he was pleasantly surprised by "the fact that in this picture, produced in Hollywood, the poem itself is used and followed... read more

The Highwayman is a 1951 Cinecolor film based on the poem of the same name by Alfred Noyes. Noyes wrote in his autobiography that he was pleasantly surprised by "the fact that in this picture, produced in Hollywood, the poem itself is used and followed with the most artistic care". Released by Allied Artists who acquired the rights to Noyes' poem, the film was released in the same year as Columbia Pictures' Dick Turpin's Ride/The Lady and the Bandit also based on a poem by Noyes. Portions of the film were shot at Corriganville movie ranch.

Original Release

08/12/1951

US Release

08/12/1951

Cast

Directors

Lesley Selander

Writers

Alfred Noyes, Jack DeWitt, Duncan Renaldo, Henry Blankfort

Cast

Producers

Jack Dietz Executive Producer
Bernard W. Burton Producer
Hal E. Chester Producer

Editors

Bernard W. Burton

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