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  • Walking Tall (2004) - IMDb

    Plot summary, trailer, cast and crew information, user reviews, and message board.

  • Walking Tall (1973) - IMDb

    Directed by Phil Karlson. With Joe Don Baker, Elizabeth Hartman, Leif Garrett, Dawn Lyn. Based on the life of Tennessee sheriff Buford Pusser whom almost single ...

  • Walking Tall (2004 film) - Wikipedia

    Walking Tall is a 2004 American action film. A remake of the 1973 film of the same name, it stars The Rock and Johnny Knoxville. Like the original film, it ...

  • Walking Tall (1973 film) - Wikipedia

    Walking Tall is a 1973 DeLuxe Color American action semi-biopic film of Sheriff Buford Pusser, a former professional wrestler-turned-lawman in McNairy County, Tennessee.

  • Walking Tall (1973) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Of historic interest mostly, this true story was a jolt to the film industry at the time. Walking Tall forever reminded Americans that injustice was not to be tolerated.

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