|Directed by||Ken Annakin|
|Produced by||Harold Huth|
|Written by||Harold Huth|
|Based on||story by Harold Swanton|
|Music by||Larry Adler|
|Edited by||Bert Rule|
Irving Allen Productions
Jamie Uys Film Productions
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|2 November 1961 (London)|
A lone law enforcement officer, Sam Hargis (Richard Todd), battles criminals in South Africa when the Billings family of Luke Billings (Lionel Jeffries) and his four sons ride into town to get revenge on Hargis for a previous clash, when he ran Luke Billings out of town. At first, the locals leave all of the fighting to Hargis, saying that it is his sole responsibility. However, after the Billings kill two innocent residents, some of them arm themselves and shoot dead all the Billings except Luke who, during a fist fight with Hargis, falls from a roof and is killed.
- The New York Times
- HELLIONS, The Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 28, Iss. 324, (Jan 1, 1961): 169.
- 'Hellions,' in British Western, Play 'High Noon' on the Veld New York Times 15 Mar 1962: 28.