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Genres are ActionCrimeThril Produced in 1975, USA
Available Quality: DivX, iPod
Rating: 5.8 out of 10 (403 votes)
|Bruce Glover||Angel Tompkins||Richard Jaeckel||Bo Svenson|
|Leif Garrett||Robert DoQui||John Davis Chandler|
Sheriff Buford Pusser continues his one-man war against moonshiners and a ruthless crime syndicate after the murder of his wife in late 1960s Tennessee.
05 May 2013
The Second of the Buford Pusser series
This picture came out in 1975 and it was the second in the three part series of the life of Sheriff Buford Pusser. Bo Svenson takes over the role of Sheriff Buford Pusser, and Luke Askew plays the role of Mobster Pinky Dobson. The last that we saw Sheriff Pusser he was laying in a hospital bed after him and his wife who was killed in ambushed Sunday morning drive. After Pusser recovers he goes after the men that killed his wife. Is Pusser able to complete the revenge that he's after or does the mob try to take him out before he successes. The only thing that bother me about this picture that this was an actual true story. How could you leave in a town with this kind of crime and yet don't do anything about it.
05 May 2013
bo svenson gets short end of stick
After the first "walking tall" the makers of part 2 were obviously looking to make a much more tame film and not exploit pusser's recent death. The movie Bo Svenson walked into (for an up and coming actor) was no where near the opportunity that Joe Don Baker had. We hope to see the bigger more imposing Svenson on a rampage to club, beat and shoot those responsible for his wife's death, but we don't because they are out of his reach. He hardly even gets to yell at anyone in this. Bo Svenson's best role as Buford Pusser is not W.T. part 2 or 3, it is the walking tall t.v. series with more action and drama providing Bo a chance to show he could do the part as good as Joe don Baker. Pusser gets out of the hospital and faces all kinds of attempts on his life while trying to catch moonshiners. I still like this film because it is based on fact, and somehow it is very believable. Luke Askew, Richard jaekel do a good job as bad guys. DVD has no special features. video(pan,scan), and audio are not too bad.
03 May 2013
walking tall part 2
the movie was the same as walking tall,i don't like the wide screen.they cut the top and bottom part of the movie off.i like all my movies in full screen.
03 May 2013
This sequel picks up immediately where the original left off, but BoSvensson is no Joe Don Baker in the acting department. And the film playslike the pure fiction it most likely was, feeling at times like a TVmovie-- and notwithstanding the talented Noah Beery Jr. returning as CarlPusser,Buford's dad. (Beery is perhaps better known as Jim Rockford's dad, arolehe no doubt won due to this role.)
07 April 2013
This movie was a little better.
This review is from: Walking Tall, Part 2 (DVD) This DVD was a bit better than the other Bo Stevenson Walking Tall, The entire series. It still didn't compare to the original one that I saw on T.V. years ago.
06 April 2013
Follow-up to 1973's "Walking Tall" continues the real-life dramasurrounding Tennessee sheriff Buford Pusser, but this installment playslike a lame TV-movie. Bo Svenson takes over the lead role from Joe DonBaker, but he's much too mild for the part; he comes off like anambling country singer with a bat instead of a guitar. Good supportingactors like Richard Jaekel, Luke Askew and Robert DoQui end up withvery little to do. I would give the film one-star strictly on its goodintentions, but the screenplay is a transparent and lazy mass ofroutine predicaments and the production is cheapjack. Followed in 1977by "Final Chapter-Walking Tall" and in 1978 by the television film "AReal American Hero".
04 April 2013
The stick loses a little luster
This sequel to the 1973 picture of the same name but doesn't match up totheoriginal. Bo Svenson stars this time as the big stick wielding southernSheriff. The film takes up where the 73 film leaves off. Pusser is alreadywell known around his parts and continues his war against the state linemob. Had this one been made with Joe Don Baker in the lead role it mighthave been better. Had Bo Svenson been in the original,likewise.At times it drifts to the point that it resembles the adventures of a TVhero and not the exploits of a real person.
04 April 2013
not as good as the first but...
Bo Svenson is damned good in this. No he ain't the actor we were used to having in the role since he ain't Joe Don Baker but he's very good in this. He has a real integrity about him and conveys a hunger for justice.
29 March 2013
How can they from Joe Don Baker (as Bufford Pusser in the first sequel)to Bo Svenson (as Bufford Pusser in the second sequel).Why did they dothat for.Just Because Bo Svenon look more a like to Bufford Pusser theystill should'nt of changed it because the first sequel it was Joe DonBaker as Bufford Pusser and that one of the thing i wanted to see inthe second sequel.I would've given this movie a 7 out of 10 and i would've given it a 1out of 10 if the story did'nt have anything to do with Bufford Pusser'slife but it did and that why i had given this movie a 3 out 10.I strongly suggest that anyone who is planning on watching this cheesei suggest don't and watch the first sequel instead.
28 March 2013
Bo Svenson is no Joe Don Baker
Action at it's best with juctice in the south, as Buford Pusser continued on with putting the bad guys in there place and setting things straight with the law. If you've seen "WALKING TALL" part 1, then this is a must for those who haven't seen part 2.
09 February 2013
No suspense! A weak thriller indeed!
This second film is just as interesting as the previous one except thatthere is no suspense. We know what he is going to do and what is goingto happen before it is even hinted at on the screen. Then the pleasurecomes only from the way the various tricks happen and the succession ofthem. We know there will be dynamite in the car, that he will lose awheel, that the car will have a crash, just to speak of the car. Andthat is what happens. Now the details and the particulars are for youto discover them in the film. That he may be baited by some dumb womanis obvious and has to come but we know that he has already seen throughher and that he knows he is being dragged into a trap. Now, how is hegoing to get out of it? That's what you must discover by yourself. Anddon't worry he will get the main trafficker but how is another story. Aspeed boat is no match to our busy beaver on the river. We also knowwhen he is going to be wounded. They did not know what bullet-proofjackets were in those days. It's true recently it was discovered thatsome GIs did not have that kind of equipment in Iraq. But what is themeaning of such a film? This insistence on hunting the traffickers andthis blindness that does not see that it is the prohibition thatcreates the problem. But the film is a constant and perfectillustration that there is no value what so ever that can stand in theway of this moralistic crusade against the forces of evil. Why notsimply legalize these goods so that they can be properly observed andunder surveillance? When something is not illegal or pushed out of theway it is all the less fun to use them, to do them. It is the forbiddenor the restricted that is attractive.Dr Jacques COULARDEAU, University Paris Dauphine, University Paris 1Pantheon Sorbonne & University Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines
09 February 2013
Vengeance is Mine Sayeth Buford
Near the end of the Original WALKING TALL, Sheriff Pusser's wife is killed while the mob is attempting to kill him. Now it is time for payback. There are a few changes, though.Bo Svenson replaces Joe Don Baker as the likable sheriff. He does a creditable job but, under the circumstances, he is less concerned with the niceties of exactly following the law.He's still effective, though. He is so effective that the mob is desperate to get him and hires a variety of hit men to do the job. One of the mob leaders, in particular, is just as obsessed with getting the sheriff as the sheriff is with getting them. That leads to an intense conflict and no concern for niceties. That means violence and mayhem.Even with his proclivity for violence, the sheriff is concerned for his people. He is still a "nice" guy unless you are one of the people who is responsible for the problems. He still manages to get most of the small fry but the big fish still elude him.This is not a bad movie as sequels go but it is not as good as the original. Anger can only take you so far in progressing the plot. It cannot make up for a lesser script and lesser story.
07 February 2013
The original "Walking Tall", despite its low budget, was highly entertaining and commercially successful. The cast was very strong (particularly Baker and Hartman), the script was sound, and the direction was good. However, this sequel was shot by a different studio, with acting, direction, and script which were glaringly inferior to the original. Joe Don Baker wisely declined to reprise his role as Buford, so the part went to Bo Svenson, who doesn't possess the acting skill required for a deodorant commercial, and proves it by delivering a typically rotten performance. He is so bad in his role as the sheriff that one almost cheers for the villains, in the hope that someone will get this clown off the screen, and rescue viewers from further boredom. In fact, Svenson should have been arrested for attempting to impersonate an actor.After the initial film, there was really very little story left to tell, so it isn't long before this film bogs down quite badly, sorely testing the endurance of the viewer. As entertainment, it is a complete waste of time for all but the most entertainment-starved viewer; however, as a shining example of cinematic incompetence on all levels, it is a masterpiece. Unfortunately, though, this is not as bad as it gets - there is an even worse sequel ("Final Chapter"), which almost makes this one look good by comparison.
07 February 2013
Ok but the weakest of the trilogy
Apparently Joe Don Baker wanted to do other things, so Bo Svenson replaced him in this follow-up to Walking Tall. Originally, the real Buford Pusser was actually signed to portray himself in this film but died in a car crash within 24-hours of signing the contract. The film was originally to be called "Buford". Bo Svenson is a better and more versatile actor than Joe Don Baker, although Baker became a friend of Buford Pusser and his family. Today, Buford's daughter Dwana is still in contact with him. According to her book "Walking On", Dwana got her feelings hurt by Bo Svenson the first time they met when he told that she "should go on a diet". She said the producers forced him to apologize to her. I had the honor of meeting Mrs. Helen Pusser (Buford's mother) in June 1979 and she told me that she didn't care for Bo Svenson after he told the family to call him "MR. Svenson". Maybe this film was not as successful as the original because it was pretty well "sanitized" of the graphic violence and nudity that Walking Tall became so well-known for. This film was rated "PG" when it was first released in 1975 but would probably get a "PG-13" today. It doesn't really offer a very satisfying wrap-up of the original film's ending, but it is still worth a look for all admirers of Buford Pusser.
06 February 2013
The Second in the Buford Pusser story
This picture came out in 1975 and it was the second in the three partseries of the life of Sheriff Buford Pusser. Bo Svenson takes over therole of Sheriff Buford Pusser, and Luke Askew plays the role of MobsterPinky Dobson. The last that we saw Sheriff Pusser he was laying in ahospital bed after him and his wife who was killed in ambushed Sundaymorning drive. After Pusser recovers he goes after the men that killedhis wife. Is Pusser able to complete the revenge that he's after ordoes the mob try to take him out before he successes. The only thingthat bother me about this picture that this was an actual true story.How could you leave in a town with this kind of crime and yet don't doanything about it. Since there was real no name actress in this pictureI can't give it 10 weasel stars but I can give 8
05 February 2013
Its been a long time since I saw this movie but I was disappointed when Jo Don Baker was replaced by Bo Svensen. Also I would liketosee it released in DVD format.
26 January 2013
Walking Tall Video
This review is from: Walking Tall, Part 2 (DVD) Received super fast shipping. Very nice packing for shipping. Video was new in box. Highly recommended for buyers. The price was right.
25 January 2013
BO SVENSON MAKES GOOD PUSSER!
This review is from: Walking Tall, Part 2 (DVD) I KNOW THE ORIGINAL WAS THE BEST BUT I THINK SVENSON MADE A BETTER PUSSER. I THINK HE WOULD'VE BEEN AWESOME IN THE ORIGINAL.BUT PART II IS ALMOST AS GOOD. NOT AS MUCH ACTION BUT STILL WELL WRITTEN AND ACTED. THE FIRST ONE WAS SO GOOD WHAT DID ANYBODYEXPECT. PART II'S ARE RARELY AS GOOD CAUSE PEOPLE EXPECT TOO MUCH. IF YOU LIKE THE FIRST YOU'LL LIKE PART II!
22 December 2012
Shocking and A Great Story
This was the first "Walking Tall" movie I saw, I think in a $2 movietheater along Hollywood Blvd. , so I didn't have any reference to thefirst installment done by Joe Don Baker. I remember being shocked atthe corrupted system of McNairy County and the brutality of the"redneck gangs". I was also amazed at the fact that one man decidedhe's not going to let it slide, and went out to do something about it.Courageous ? I thought so - to a point where it sent shivers up myspine.I think this movie is a great story about American courage to stand upand do something about a system that's only serving its own interest. Iwas pretty blown away about it, and think this is still one of the bestmovie of the hero/anti-hero genre, which one might laugh but includesrecent movies like the "The Punisher", but even more so because it's atrue story. The recent remake starring the "Rock" just doesn't do anyjustice to the real fire in the story of Buford Pusser.A "classic" that I'm sure will resurface again in the future.
22 December 2012
WALKING TALL PART 2 IS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES MADE!
This review is from: Walking Tall Part II [VHS] (VHS Tape) THIS IS AN EXCELLENT MOVIE! THE WALKING TALL MOVIE WITH DUANE THE ROCK JOHNSON AND ALOT OF ACTION MOVIES TODAY CAN'T HOLD A CANDLE TO THE WALKING TALLS MADE IN THE 1970'S STARRING JOE DON BAKER AND BO SVENSON.