Angel And The Badman

Theatrical Release: June 15, 1991
DVD Release: June 15, 1991
Angel And The Badman


Quirt Evans, an all-around bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in.

Dove Review

John Wayne was and is an American icon of western films. In this 1946 black and white classic movie, he is a tall, well-know gunslinger that once was a deputy with Wyatt Earp. As Quirt (John Wayne) rides through rough country, he falls off his horse and is found by a father and daughter who are Quakers. The Quakers believe in peace, and don’t believe in guns or violence of any kind. So the as the gunman gets acquainted with their way of life, his thoughts are changed when he falls for the young woman, Penny.

This movie is a western with some romance and a little faith message about kindness. It’s a look at the Old West with gun fights, bar fights and a little cattle rustling. Plus it shows how faith and love can change anyone. We are proud to award the Dove Family-Approved Seal for all ages to “Angel and the Badman.”

Content Description

Sex: Couple kisses a few times.
Language: None.
Violence: Many scenes of men with guns; men rustling cattle; men chasing couple in wagon and shooting at them; wagon goes over cliff and into water; man shoots two men.
Drugs: Men drinking in a saloon; men smoking cigars.
Nudity: Mild cleavage on girls in saloon.
Other: Gambling; Quaker beliefs.


Company: Film Detective, LLC
Genre: Western
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe