Dragoon Wells Massacre (Allied Artists, 1957)

. Quite a few massacres, actually . . Allied Artists grew out of the Poverty Row studio Monogram. Monogram producer Walter Mirisch had great ambitions and wanted “B-plus” pictures, even, gasp, in color. At a time when the average Hollywood picture cost about $800,000 and the average Monogram picture cost about $90,000, AA’s first release, […]