The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd (1974)


A humanistic account of “the Robin Hood of the Cookson Hills”, in which Charles Arthur Floyd is portrayed as a decent man who has a strong sense of family and duty.

Director: Clyde Ware.
Stars: Martin Sheen, Kim Darby, Michael Parks, Steven Keats, Ellen Corby, Abe Vigoda, Joe Estevez, Ford Rainey, Frank Christi, Bill Vint, Rod McCary, Ted Gehring, Ann Doran, Sandra Dixon, Amzie Strickland.


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  1. September 14, 2019

    Hi Jon,
    According to the book “Movies Made for Televison” by Alvin H. Marrill, many TV features, especially those filmed in the 1970s, were made to fit into a 90 minute slot, but the actual running time is closer to 70-72 minutes. So I suspect that this is the complete version. Likewise, TV movies of that era with a running time of 120 minutes are usually only app. 100 minutes in actual length.

    • Jon W.
      September 15, 2019

      Makes sense, thanks for the info, Bernard!

  2. Nick
    September 16, 2019

    As an avid 70s TV movie watch yes I definitely agree as most of these 70s TV movies were for the 90 minute slot, 70-75 actual run time plus commercials.

    Many thanks,

  3. Rick McShane
    January 6, 2022

    I think it was ABC who made, Melvin Purvis G- Man. It’s plot was about George ” Machine Gun ” Kelly and his Gang kidnapping Dick Sergeants character. Wasn’t Steve McNally ( Pretty Boy Floyd )Purvis’ Assistant ?? As a kid I always enjoyed watching Gangster Movies in the 70’s. Usually Friday or Saturday nights on Channel 53 out of Pittsburgh, PA.

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