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The Cimarron Kid (1952)
















Audie Murphy plays Bill Doolin, a young man paroled from prison for a crime he didn’t commit, who then hops on the wrong train. It’s the wrong train because it winds up being robbed by the Doolin-Dalton gang. And, of course, everyone just assumes he’s in on the crime. With nowhere else to turn, he joins the gang for their ill-fated Coffeyville raid. And then, with most of the Daltons dead or captured, he takes over the gang, with the help of Bitter Creek (James Best) and his charming spy of a girlfriend Cimarron Rose (Yvette Duguay). Beverly Tyler plays Carrie Roberts, the gal Bill falls. She’s the daughter of a man who owns a ranch where the gang sometimes takes refuge. Carrie and Bill dream of a ranch in Argentina. But first, Bill wants to cash in on one last job.

Directed by:
Budd Boetticher


Cast:
Audie Murphy … Bill Doolin
Beverly Tyler … Carrie Roberts
James Best … Bitter Creek Dalton
Yvette Duguay … Cimarron Rose Adams
John Hudson … Dynamite Dick Dalton
Hugh O’Brian … Red Buck
Roy Roberts … Pat Roberts
Noah Beery Jr. … Bob Dalton
Leif Erickson … Marshal John Sutton
John Hubbard … George Weber
Frank Silvera … Stacey Marshall



















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Welcome To Hard Times (1967) [720p]












Welcome to Hard Times is a 1967 American western film directed by Burt Kennedy and starring Henry Fonda as the leader of a dying town who is too weak to stand up to a brute terrorizing the few remaining residents.It is based upon a novel by the same name by E. L. Doctorow

A vicious stranger, the "Man from Bodie" (Aldo Ray), terrorizes the small settlement of Hard Times. (In Doctorow's book, the town is in the Dakota territory. In the movie, it is assumed to be in western Nevada.) He kills the only men who stand up to him, town founder Mr. Fee (Paul Birch) and town undertaker Mr. Hanson (Elisha Cook, Jr.), as well as raping and killing Fee's girlfriend Flo (Ann McCrea). Before he leaves, he burns down the handful of buildings.

Only a few people stay, among them Will Blue (Henry Fonda). Blue takes in Fee's young orphaned son Jimmy (Michael Shea) and convinces his woman Molly (Janice Rule) to stay there with them. A few other people arrive. Zar (Keenan Wynn) and his four saloon girls settle in to serve the nearby miners. Isaac Maple (John Anderson) comes looking for his long-gone storekeeper brother, so Blue persuades him to reopen the general store. A drifter, Leo Jenks (Warren Oates), also lazes around town.

Blue tries hard to build a family and a prosperous community, but Molly despises him for not standing up against the Man from Bodie and is obsessed with revenge against him for what he did. They both expect the Man will return in the spring. Molly works on Jenks, a fine shot, and even infects Jimmy with her consuming hatred, getting him a shotgun.

Finally, the villain shows up and resumes his terrorizing ways. Molly persuades Jenks to go after him. Jenks ends up killing Zar by mistake and is gunned down. Blue is wounded in the shoulder, but then, the Man runs out of bullets and Blue shoots him several times.

Blue carries the body home to show Molly. When she gingerly approaches, the dying Man revives and grabs her hand. Her panicked yell for help brings Jimmy running with his shotgun. Blue tries to grab the weapon, but it goes off, hitting the Man in the face killing him, but also hitting Molly in the stomach. Just before she dies, she asks Blue to hold her. Later, from her gravesite, Blue and Jimmy see a growing town.




Hard Times is a tiny town clinging to life. And life takes a turn for the worse when a sadistic drunk (Aldo Ray) rides into town. He rapes and murders a saloon girl, kills the town founder who rushes to her defense, steals a horse, and then guns down its owner. After urging caution, town mayor Will Blue (Henry Fonda) decides to intervene, using a second saloon girl (Janice Rule as Molly) as a distraction. But Blue flees after exchanging a couple of gunshots with the man, leaving Molly in the hands of the sadist.By the time he finally rides off, Hard Times is in ashes. Blue, a man on the cusp of 50, a man who’s fled every challenge he’s faced in life, is determined to stay put now and help the town rebuild. He takes in Jimmy Fee, the town founder’s son, as his own. He nurses Molly back to health and eventually tells newcomers to town that she’s his wife. But she’s tortured by memories of what happened. And everyone fears that one day the killer from Brodie will return.

Directed by:
Burt Kennedy


Cast:
Henry Fonda … Will Blue
Janice Rule … Molly Riordan
Keenan Wynn … Zar
Janis Paige … Adah
John Anderson … Ezra Maple / Isaac Maple
Warren Oates … Leo Jenks
Aldo Ray … Man from Brodie
Michael Shea … Jimmy Fee
Fay Spain … Jessie
Edgar Buchanan … Brown
Denver Pyle … Alfie
Arlene Golonka … Mae
Lon Chaney Jr. … Avery
Royal Dano … John Bear
Alan Baxter … Jack Millay
Paul Fix … Major Munn
Elisha Cook Jr. … Hanson
Kalen Liue … China, aka Blossom
Dan Ferrone … Bert Albany
Ann McCrea … Flo
















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Ride the High Country (1962) [Guns in the afternoon]
















Ride the High Country (released internationally as Guns in the Afternoon) is a 1962 American Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea, and Mariette Hartley. The supporting cast includes Edgar Buchanan, James Drury, Warren Oates, and Ron Starr. The film's script, though credited solely to veteran TV screenwriter N. B. Stone Jr. , was – according to producer Richard E. Lyons – almost entirely the work of Stone's friend and colleague, William S. Roberts, and Peckinpah himself.

In 1992, Ride the High Country was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the United States Library of Congress as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant

The film featured Scott's final screen performance

In the early years of the 20th century, an aging ex-lawman, Steve Judd (Joel McCrea), is hired to transport gold from a high country mining camp to the town of Hornitos, California. Six miners were recently murdered trying to transport their gold on the one trail leading down from the crest of the Sierra Nevada. In his prime, Judd was a tough and respected lawman, but now his threadbare clothes and spectacles serve as reminders that he is long past his prime. Judd enlists the help of his old friend and partner Gil Westrum (Randolph Scott) to guard the gold transfer. Gil, who had been making his living passing himself off as a legendary sharpshooter named The Oregon Kid, enlists the help of his young sidekick, Heck Longtree (Ron Starr).

Judd, Gil, and Heck ride up into the mountains toward Coarsegold (A Sierra foothills town north of Fresno ) mining camp. Judd doesn't know that Gil and Heck are planning to steal the gold for themselves—preferably with Judd's help, but without it if necessary. Along the way they stop for the night at the farm of Joshua Knudsen (R. G. Armstrong) and his daughter Elsa (Mariette Hartley). Knudsen is a domineering religious man who warns against those who "traffic in gold" and trades Bible verses with Judd at the dinner table. That night, Elsa and Heck meet in the moonlight, but Knudsen interrupts their conversation. Back at the house, he admonishes and slaps her for her behavior. Unable to tolerate her domineering father any longer, Elsa leaves her home the next morning. She later joins Judd, Gil, and Heck on their ride to Coarse Gold where she intends to marry her fiancé. Along the way she and Heck flirt and he tries to force himself on her but is stopped by Judd.

When they reach the Coarse Gold mining camp, they soon discover that the girl's fiancé, Billy Hammond (James Drury), is a drunken lout who intends to prostitute her to his four thuggish brothers, Elder (John Anderson), Sylvus (L. Q. Jones), Jimmy (John Davis Chandler) and Henry (Warren Oates). Judd and Heck rescue the girl from the marriage, and the next morning, Judd, Gil, Heck and Elsa start back towards town with the gold. Along the way, Judd talks to Gil about right and wrong and how that's "something you just know." After all the lost years working in disreputable places, he tells Gil that he's now grateful to have gained back some of his self-respect and intends on keeping it "with the help of you and that boy back there." When Gil asks if that's all he wants, Judd replies, "All I want is to enter my House justified."

Realizing Judd will never go along with his plan to steal the gold, Gil plans to steal the gold without his help. During the night as Gil and Heck prepare to leave with the gold, Judd confronts them at gunpoint. Angered by his old friend's betrayal, he slaps him and challenges him to a draw, but Gil throws down his guns. Planning to put them on trial when they return to town, Judd is forced to change his plans when the Hammond brothers appear in hot pursuit of the girl. In the ensuing gunfight, two of the brothers, Jimmy and Sylvus, are killed, and Billy, Elder and Henry escape.

During the night, Gil leaves camp and heads back to the site of the gunfight, where he takes a horse and gun from one of the dead brothers. Then he follows Judd, Heck, and Elsa down the only trail. Meanwhile, Heck has shown himself to be trustworthy, and even though he will most likely go to prison, Elsa tells him she'll be there when he gets out. When they reach Elsa's farm, the Hammond brothers are waiting, having already killed her father. A gunfight breaks out and soon both Judd and Heck are wounded. Just then Gil comes riding in to help his old friend, and together the pair insult and challenge the brothers to a face-to-face shootout in the open. When the dust settles, the three brothers are dead, but Judd is mortally wounded. He tells his old friend, "I don't want them to see this. I'll go it alone." When Gil pledges to take care of everything just like he would have, Judd says, "Hell, I know that. I always did. You just forgot it for a while, that's all." Judd casts a look back towards the high country and then dies. The film's final shot is of a mountain in the background.



Joel McCrea is Steve Judd, a former lawman of repute forced to take odd jobs now that he’s aged. Randolph Scott is Gil Westrum, his former deputy, who now makes his living running a carnival-stand where passers-by are encouraged to try to outshoot him. Judd travels into mining country looking for a job guarding a gold shipment. It’s a chance to get some of his dignity backs. He invites Westrum along, not realizing he’s more interested in the gold than the job. Along for the ride is Heck Longtree (Ron Starr), Westrum’s still-wet-behind-the-ears partner, and they’re soon joined by pretty Elsa Knudsen (Mariette Hartley), who’s so bored with her life under the thumb of a preacher’s father that she’s ready to ride off to a mining camp to marry a man she barely knows. The mining camp doesn’t turn out to be merely as lucrative as Judd was led to believe. But that doesn’t change Westrum’s mind about the gold. And if he can’t talk Judd into going along with his plan, he’s ready to steal his retirement stake at he point of a gun.

Directed by:
Sam Peckinpah


Cast:
Randolph Scott … Gil Westrum
Joel McCrea … Steve Judd
Mariette Hartley … Elsa Knudsen
Ron Starr … Heck Longtree
Edgar Buchanan … Judge Tolliver
R.G. Armstrong … Joshua Knudsen
Jenie Jackson … Kate
James Drury … Billy Hammond
L.Q. Jones … Sylvus Hammond
John Anderson … Elder Hammond
John Davis Chandler … Jimmy Hammon
Warren Oates … Henry Hammond

















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Garden Of Evil (1954) [1080p]









Garden of Evil is a 1954 American Technicolor Western film directed by Henry Hathaway, about three somewhat disreputable 19th-century soldiers of fortune, played by Gary Cooper as an ex-lawman, Richard Widmark as a gambler, and Cameron Mitchell as a bounty hunter, who are randomly hired by a woman, portrayed by Susan Hayward, to rescue her husband (Hugh Marlowe). Rita Moreno appears at the beginning of the film as a Mexican cantina singer/dancer.

En route to California to prospect for gold, ex-sheriff Hooker (Gary Cooper), professional gambler Fiske (Richard Widmark) and bounty hunter Luke Daly (Cameron Mitchell) are forced to stop over in a tiny Mexican village by engine trouble on the ship they are taking. A desperate Leah Fuller (Susan Hayward) hires the three men and local Vicente Madariaga, to rescue her husband, John ( Hugh Marlowe), who is pinned under debris from a gold mine cave-in in hostile Apache territory.

During the harrowing journey, Daly tries to force himself on Leah late one night, forcing Hooker to intervene. Leah tells Hooker that where her husband is trapped, was once a boom town, but a volcanic eruption wiped it out, leaving only a church steeple and the mine uncovered by lava. The resident priest called it the "garden of evil". The Indians now consider the volcano sacred. The group then arrives at the mine. Finding John unconscious, they free him.

Before John wakes up, Hooker sets the man's broken leg. When John regains consciousness, he accuses Leah of using him to get gold. Hooker talks to Leah later, about what her husband said; after he tells her that he has spotted signs of Apaches nearby, she offers him and the others all the gold they have dug up to take her husband away that night, while she remains behind to make it look like they are all still there. The cynical Fiske unexpectedly offers to stay with her, but when he asks her what he is to her, she tells him, "you're nothing at all, just nothing."

When they are ready to leave, Leah is true to her word, but Hooker knocks her out and takes her along. When they stop to rest, realizing he is fatally slowing them down, John talks Luke into helping him onto a horse; he then rides off. When Hooker shows up, Daly draws his pistol, but is killed by an arrow in the back. At a burnt-out mission, they find John dead and hung upside down on a cross. Vicente is the next to fall. At a choke point in the cliff-hugging path, which is the only way out, the two remaining men draw cards to see who will stay behind to hold off the Indians while the other rides with Leah to safety. Fiske "wins" and succeeds in killing or driving off most of their pursuers. After seeing that Leah is safe, Hooker shoots a few more Apaches and returns to talk with a dying Fiske, who admits he cheated on the card draw to guarantee he would stay behind. Fiske urges Hooker to settle down with Leah. Hooker catches up with Leah, and they ride off into the sunset together.




A ship full of fortune hunters bound for the California gold fields breaks down off the coast of Mexico, stranding a former sheriff named Hooker (Gary Cooper), a gambler named Fiske (Richard Widmark) and a bounty hunter named Luke Daly (Cameron Mitchell) in Porto de Miguel. The three are bemoaning their bad luck when Fiske decides to tell Daly’s fortune with cards while they’re sitting in a saloon. He draws a red queen, and in walks Leah Fuller (Susan Hayward) seeking help. She and her husband have a gold mine in the wilds of Mexico, but he’s been trapped by a cave-in. She needs rescuers, and she’s willing to offer $2,000 per man. The possibility of being led to a gold mine by a pretty redhead is too much for the three to pass up, and they sign on along with a Mexican named Vicente. Little do they know they’re bound for a place the Indians consider sacred ground — the Garden of Evil, where a volcano buried a town and chased the white man from the country. Getting to the gold mine isn’t easy; getting out will be even tougher. Leah’s husband John Fuller (Hugh Marlowe) has a broken leg. And the Indians are watching the tiny group’s every move.


Directed by:
Henry Hathaway


Cast:
Gary Cooper … Hooker
Richard Widmark … Fiske
Hugh Marlowe … John Fuller
Susan Hayward … Leah Fuller
Cameron Mitchell … Luke Daly
Victor Mendoza … Vicente
Rita Moreno … Singer











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The Tall T (1957) [1080p]















The Tall T is a 1957 American Technicolor Western film directed by Budd Boetticher and starring Randolph Scott, Richard Boone, and Maureen O'Sullivan. Adapted by Burt Kennedy from the short story "The Captives" by Elmore Leonard, the film is about an independent former ranch foreman who is kidnapped along with an heiress, who is being held for ransom by three ruthless outlaws.In 2000, The Tall T was selected for the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

Passing a stagecoach way station on his journey into town, Pat Brennan agrees to return with some store bought candy for the friendly station manager's young son. At a ranch where he once worked, Brennan tries to buy a bull, but is talked into riding one. If he wins, he gets the bull. If he loses he has to give up his horse. Brennan loses, and is forced to walk home, carrying his saddle.

He gets a welcome rescue by stagecoach driver Rintoon, a friend of Brennan's from town who has been hired to transport the newlyweds Willard and Doretta Mims. Doretta is a plain woman, but the daughter of the richest man in the state. It tickles Brennan, who tells Rintoon this is the first time he's ever been on a honeymoon.

When they stop at the way station, they are mistaken for the regular stage by three outlaws, Chink, Billy Jack, and their leader, Frank Usher, who have already killed the station manager and his son. Rintoon goes for a shotgun, only to be killed by Chink.

Terrified of sharing the same fate, Willard suggests to the outlaws that ransoming his wife would be far more profitable than robbing the stage. Frank likes the idea. He also immediately recognizes, and is disgusted by, the groom's clear lack of devotion to his bride.

The outlaw leader takes a liking to Brennan, later telling him that under different circumstances the two of them might have been friends. After ordering Billy Jack to ride along with Willard and deliver a ransom note demanding $50,000 to Doretta's father, Frank takes the woman and Brennan to a remote hideout. Willard returns, saying his father-in-law has agreed and is rounding up the money. Willard is told he is no longer needed and can leave. A coward, he does not even bother to say goodbye to his new wife, which deepens Frank's disgust for him. As Willard begins to ride off, Chink shoots him down.

Brennan knows full well that he and Doretta will end up dead once the ransom is paid. He tells the distraught widow to collect herself and be ready to take any opportunity for life that presents itself. He then takes her in his arms. She hesitates, then kisses him. She confesses she married Willard because she was getting older and did not want to be alone.

Billy Jack and Chink are left behind to guard the hostages while Frank goes off to collect the money. Brennan plants the thought that their ringleader might just ride off with all the money, so Chink leaves the camp to keep an eye on Frank. Brennan suggests to Billy Jack that he take advantage of Doretta, a lonely woman denied even her wedding night. Billy Jack does indeed try to force himself on Doretta, whereupon Brennan overpowers him and shoots him dead.

Chink hears the shots and turns back. Brennan kills him. Frank then returns with the money. Brennan sneaks up behind him, so Frank surrenders his revolver and the money, gambling that Brennan will not shoot him in the back. He slowly mounts his horse and rides off. However, he has a rifle stowed in his saddle, so he pulls it and turns around; he tries to confront and kill Brennan, who is forced to kill the outlaw. Walking away, side by side, Doretta reaches for Brennan's arm, which he places around her.




Randolph Scott is rancher Pat Brennan, who heads off to the ranch where he used to be top hand hoping to buy a seed bull. Instead, he loses his horse on a bet trying to get the bull and has to hitch a ride on a stage travelling from Contention to Bisbee. Inside the stage are Mrs. Doreta Mims (Maureen O’Sullivan) and her husband Willard, who married her for her father’s money. And waiting at the stage station are three bandits, led by Frank Usher (Richard Boone). Hoping to save his life, Willard Mims tells the bandits who his wife is, suggesting they hold her for ransom. Brennan winds up being taken captive, too, not because he’s needed really, but because Usher sees something in him that he’d like to become. Question is, will that something be enough to save his life or the life of Mrs. Mims? Brennan suspects not. While waiting for the ransom money to arrive with the three bandits and Mrs. Mims, Brennan begins looking for a way out of the mess he’s gotten himself into.

Directed by:
Budd Boetticher


Cast:
Randolph Scott … Pat Brennan
Richard Boone … Frank Usher
Maureen O’Sullivan … Doretta Mims
Arthur Hunnicutt … Ed Rintoon
Skip Homeier … Billy Jack
Henry Silva … Chink
John Hubbard … Willard Mims
Robert Burton … Tenvoorde
Robert Anderson … Jace
Christopher Olsen … Jeff
Fred Sherman … Hank Parker
















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The Lawless Breed (1953)















The Lawless Breed is a 1953 American Technicolor Western film distributed by Universal-International, directed by Raoul Walsh, and stars Rock Hudson and Julie Adams. The film is based on the life of outlaw John Wesley Hardin.

Wild West gunslinger and gambler John Wesley Hardin (Rock Hudson) is pardoned and released from Huntsville, Texas prison in 1896, after serving 16 years of a 25-year sentence. He recounts his exploits outside the law (shown in flashbacks) with a manuscript detailing his life. The woman he planned to marry is killed, and he later marries a saloon girl (Julie Adams). On the run and using aliases, they begin a normal life, and have a son just before he is captured and sent to prison. His life as an outlaw influences his son, who grows up while Hardin served time, but on his release Hardin makes clear to the young man that a life of crime is no way to live.




Rock Hudson is John Wesley Hardin in this supposedly autobiographical tale of how he wound up a wanted man. Beaten by his preacher father, Hardin sets out on his own, dreaming of earning enough money to start a horse farm with his childhood love and adopted sister Jane Brown (Mary Castle). But shoots a man named Hanley who cheated at cards, starting a chain of events in which he runs into trouble because of gambling or guns. Soon, he has Hanley’s three brothers and the reconstruction-era Union cavalry on his trail. Eventually, his father convinces him to turn himself in to stand trial. Another killing foils that plan, and Hardin finds himself wounded and on the run, relying on the help of his uncle, John Clements, and the other woman in hs life, a petty young gal named Rosie.

Directed by:
Raoul Walsh


Cast:
Rock Hudson … John Wesley Hardin
Julie Adams … Rosie
Mary Castle … Jane Brown
John McIntire … John Clements / J.C. Hardin
Hugh O’Brian … Ike Hanley
Dennis Weaver … Jim Clements
Forrest Lewis … Zeke Jenkins
Lee Van Cleef … Dick Hanley
Tom Fadden … Chick Noonan
Race Gentry … Young John Hardin
Richard Garland … Joe Clements
Glenn Strange … Ben Hanley
William Pullen … Joe Hardin



















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The River's Edge (1957) / Na obali reke















Ben Cameron (Anthony Quinn) i njegova žena Meg (Debra Paget) bore se da bi sagradili njihov ranč u pustinji u Novom Meksiku.Pljačkaš banke Nardo Denning (Ray Milland)stiže u Novi Meksko,tražeći njegovu bivšu devoju i njenog muža. (Ben i Meg).pod pretnjom pištolja,natera ih da ga bezbedno,sa ukradenim novcem,prebace u Meksiko,U međuvremenu Ben "provali" istinu da su meg i Nardo nekad bili zaljubljeni,što dovodi do niz komplikacija uodno ljubavnom trouglu.

Režija: Allan Dwan

Uloge: Ray Milland, Anthony Quinn, Debra Paget



















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Backlash (1956)
















Richard Widmark plays Jim Slater. He’s a man on a mission. Years earlier, six men were at Gila Valley with $60,000 in diggings from a mine. One man ran out on the other five, leaving them to die at the hands of the Apache.

Slater’s dad was among the dead; now he’s searching for the man who left him to die. Donna Reed plays Karyl Orton. She wants information about what happened at Gila Valley, too. Her husband died there, and she figures she’s entitled to a portion of the $60,000.

Their search leads them through a scrape with the cavalry against the Apaches, a showdown with two brothers of a man Slater killed and into a range war. One by one, Slater and Karyl discovered the identity of the men buried at Gila Valley, until only one body isn’t accounted for, either his father or her husband.

Slowly, Slater begins to realize the man he’s been hunting, planning to kill, might be his own dad. Karyl, meanwhile, has fallen for Slater, and begs him not to continue his quest, but to start a new life with her instead.

When they find the mysterious Jim Bonniwell, it is indeed Slater’s father. And he has some startling news for both of them. That $60,000 Karyl’s been after wasn’t the riches of a gold strike, but the loot from a bank robbery.

Now Bonniwell is into the cattle rustling business, and he’s in Silver City, planning an ambush for the nearby ranchers who are growing tired of his thievery.

Directed by:
John Sturges


Cast:
Richard Widmark … Jim Slater
Donna Reed … Karyl Orton
John McIntire … Jim Bonniwell
Barton MacLane … Sgt. Lake
William Campbell … Johnny Cool
Harry Morgan … Tony Welker
Robert Wilke … Jeff Welker
Roy Roberts … Maj. Carson
Jack Lambert … Mike Benton
Edward Platt … Sheriff J.C. Marson
Robert Foulk … Sheriff John F. Olson
Phil Chambers … Deputy Sheriff Dobbs
Gregg Barton … Sleepy
Fred Graham … Ned McCloud
Frank Chase … Cassidy


















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Masterson of Kansas (1954) aka Šerif iz Dodz sitija













Vestern Williama Castlea sigurno će vam probuditi interes za drugim delima ovog sjajnog redatelja.

Šerif Dodž Sitija Bat Masterson (George Montgomery) želi dokazati da je grupa stočara lažno optužila Merika za ubistvo jer je on usred pregovora koji će plemenu Kajova garantirati zemlju koje bi se rado dočepali stočari. Bat također zna da ako Merik bude ubijen da će pleme izazvati pravu bunu pa mu ne preostaje drugo, nego potražiti pravog ubicu. Prateći trag, odlazi u potragu za Klajem Benetom (David Bruce) koji je navodno prisustvovao ubistvu, a pridružuju mu se Vajat Erp (Bruce Cowling) i Dok Holidej (James Griffith)...



George Montgomery plays Bat Masterson, who finds himself trying to save a convicted man accused of killing an Army officer.That man is Amos Merrick, beloved by the Indians, but hated by the cattle barons because he’d trade some of their grazing land for peace.So they’ve framed him for murder, sentenced him to hang and, just to be sure he isn’t around, they wouldn’t mind killing him en route to Hayes City, where he’s to be executed.Masterson fights to keep him alive with the help of an old ally Wyatt Earp (Bruce Cowling) and an uneasy alliance with Doc Holliday (James Griffith).Nancy Gates provides the love interest as Merrick’s pretty daughter, Amy; William Henry is the mastermind behind the cattlemen’s plans in the role of Charlie Fry.

Directed by:
William Castle


Cast:
George Montgomery … Bat Masterson
James Griffith … Doc Holliday
Bruce Cowling … Wyatt Earp
Nancy Gates … Amy Merrick
John Maxwell … Merrick
William Henry … Charlie Fry
David Bruce … Clay Bennett
Jean Willes … Dallas Corey
Donald Murphy … Virgil Earp
Gregg Barton — Sutton
Gregg Martell … Mitch Connors
Sandy Sanders … Tyler
Jay Silverheels … Yellow Hawk
Benny Rubin … Coroner

















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Young Billy Young (1969) [720p]

















Young Billy Young is a 1969 Color by Deluxe Western film starring Robert Mitchum and featuring Angie Dickinson, Robert Walker Jr. (in the title role), David Carradine, Jack Kelly (who plays a villain), Deana Martin (in her screen debut) and Paul Fix. The film was written by Heck Allen (from his novel) and Burt Kennedy, and directed by Kennedy.

On the trail, Ben Kane, a former Dodge City lawman, comes across Billy Young, who has no horse and was abandoned by partner Jesse Boone soon after the killing of a Mexican general.

Kane lets young Billy accompany him to a town in New Mexico where he has a job waiting for him as deputy sheriff. Kane's real aim is to find the man who murdered his son.

In town, Kane learns from dance-hall girl Lily Beloit that two men who run the town, John Behan and Frank Boone, secretly intend to gun down Kane first chance they get. Frank Boone may be the one Kane is looking for, but Jesse, who is Frank's son, lands in jail first, accused of shooting Doc Cushman.

Kane and Lily become lovers. Billy, meanwhile, springs Jesse from jail, but feels guilty once Lily reveals to him what happened to Kane's son. After he deals with Behan and the older Boone, the deputy turns in his badge, but recommends Billy for the job.



Robert Mitchum is Ben Kane, a veteran lawman who accepts a position of deputy sheriff in Lordsburg so he can even the score with an outlaw (John Anderson as Frank Boone) who killed his son years earlier.Robert Walker Jr. is Billy Young, the young man Kane takes under his wing. He and a friend just finished a hired killing south of the border. As they fled, Billy was dismounted and his friend left him for dead. That friend is in Lordsburg, too.In fact, it turns out that friend is the son of Frank Boone. When Kane tosses Jesse Boone (David Carradine) in jail and Frank summons his gunmen to get him out, Billy is willing to fight alongside the marshal. But he isn’t willing to watch Kane murder Boone’s son the way his own son was killedAngie Dickinson is Lily Beloit, the dance hall girl convinced no decent man will want her. Until, of course, Kane shows up in Lordsburg.

Directed by:
Burt Kennedy


Cast::
Robert Mitchum … Ben Kane
Angie Dickinson … Lily Beloit
Robert Walker Jr. … Billy Young
David Carradine … Jesse Boone
Jack Kelly … John Behan
John Anderson … Frank Boone
Paul Fix … Charlie
Willis Bouchey … Doc Cushman
Deana Martin … Evvie Cushman
Parley Baer .. Bell
Robert Anderson … Gambler
Rodolfo Ascota … Mexican officer



















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