Ex Wife Revenge Photos
- Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marital union, cancelling the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between the parties.
- a former wife
- a woman who was formerly a particular man’s wife; “all his exes live in Texas”
- The action of inflicting hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands
- Revenge (also known as vengeance) is a harmful action against a person or group as a response to a real or perceived grievance. Although many aspects of revenge resemble the concept of justice, revenge connotes a more injurious and punitive focus as opposed to a harmonious and restorative one.
- The desire to inflict such retribution
- (in sports) The defeat of a person or team by whom one was beaten in a previous encounter
- take revenge for a perceived wrong; “He wants to avenge the murder of his brother”
- retaliation: action taken in return for an injury or offense
- A photo finish
- (Photo (American magazine)) PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
- A photograph
- (photo) photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
- The Photos were a British new wave band fronted by Wendy Wu, who had a top 5 album in the UK in 1980.
20th Century-Fox press photo of Don Murray as Dan and Dolores Micheals as Julie in the CinemaScope and Colour by De Luxe revenge Western "One Foot In Hell" (1960).
Now, the townsfolk make him Sheriff and he sets about forming a gang in nearby Royce City to help him rob the Blue Springs bank of $100,000, kill all those he blames for his wife’s death, and burn the town to the ground. Two of the gang (Don Murray and Dolores Michaels), left to look after the gang’s log cabin hideout, fall in love and want no part in the plans. After the raid is over, Ladd guns down the other gang members (Dan O’Herlihy and Barry Coe) and goes after the lovers, intent on killing them, too…
Although Ladd is unusually convincing as a baddie, the film really belongs to Murray and Michaels. Their romantic scenes together on the banks of a sunlit woodland stream are beautifully played against a haunting score by Dominic Frontiere. This scene could easily have been described as Carol Morgan and I being alone together in a beautiful and isolated location and talking things over about my love for her and her falling in love with me, too, something that could only happen on the screen and never in real life. If the film has a message, it must be that hatred is like an acid. It will eat into your soul and kill you before you die.
Available in wide screen on a Region 2 DVD. I have quite a few items connected with this film in my collection, including a 45 rpm Philips single of Dominic Frontiere’s theme music from 1960; a Front-of-House set of eight colour stills; a number of black and white press photos like the one above and an original three minute 35mm cinema sound trailer in colour, which I can’t play because I don’t have a 35mm sound projector to play it on.
Vintage Don Post "Big Bad Wolf" mask
This mask was used as a disguise for killer William Michael Dennis, on Halloween 1984 when he murdered his ex-wife in San Jose, California (it was a revenge ploy due to blaming her for the death of their former son in an accident a few years back.) The mask was accompanied with mechanic coveralls and "werewolf" gloves. He is currently in death row.