Walking Tall is a 1973 American action semi-biopic film of Sheriff Buford Pusser, a former professional wrestler-turned-lawman in McNairy County, Tennessee. It starred Joe Don Baker as Pusser. The film was directed by Phil Karlson. Based on Pusser’s true story, it was a combination of very loosely based fact and Hollywood revisionism.
Walking Tall (1973)
Based on the life of Tennessee sheriff Buford Pusser whom almost single-handily cleaned up his small town of crime and corruption, but at a personal cost of his family life and nearly his own life.
Walking Tall Part II (1975)
Sheriff Buford Pusser continues his one-man war against moonshiners and a ruthless crime syndicate after the murder of his wife in late 1960’s Tennessee.
Final Chapter: Walking Tall (1977)
This is the story of Buford Pusser’s final days, not only of his life but also as Sheriff. It seems that times are changing and the people of Pusser’s town, who once adored him are now fearing him and feel like it’s time to make a change. And there are also some officials who feel the same way and are using every means to get rid of Pusser.
Walking Tall: The Payback (2007)
A man goes back to his hometown that is now overrun with crime and single-handedly takes justice into his own hands.
Walking Tall: Lone Justice (2007)
In Dallas, when the two prime witnesses against the drug-lord Octavio Perez are murdered by his gangsters in a safe-house, the testimony of the FBI agent Kate Jensen and three other agents become the only chance to keep the criminal in prison. They are lodged in another safe-house to wait for the trial, but the place is invaded by the criminals and the agents are executed. However, Kate is only wounded and her boyfriend Nick believes there is a traitor in the agency and decides to bring her to his ranch in the country to protect her life with his reliable local friends.