Texan and disgruntled Union officer Hewitt (Audie Murphy) warns his superior (Ainslie Pryor) that attacking Indians will cause revenge raids, to no avail, early in The Guns Of Fort Petticoat, 1957, directed by George Marshall.
Texan and Union cavalry deserter Frank Hewitt (Audie Murphy) tries to warn first Hanna (Hope Emerson) then boyish Ann (Kathryn Grant) about Indian revenge raids, in The Guns Of Fort Petticoat, 1957.
Hewitt (Audie Murphy) stops rowdy Kettle (Sean McClory) fooling around, then organizes his Texan women-folk (Kathryn Grant, Hope Emerson, Patricia Livingston, Jeanette Nolan et al) against Indian attacks, in The Guns Of Fort Petticoat, 1957.
Dave (Glenn Ford) gets mad over the advice he gets from the police chief (Robert Keith), brother Al (Ainslie Pryor) and hard-nosed reporter Charlie (Leslie Nielsen), as word spreads, in Ransom!, 1956.
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This unusually gritty Western about gunslinger William Bonney, better known as "Billy the Kid," portrays Bonney as he is historically known to have been: illiterate, unintelligent and homicidal. When a rancher treats Bonney with kindness for the first time in his hard life, Bonney becomes devoted to the man. When the rancher is killed, Bonney goes on a murderous rampage to avenge his friend, which leads head-long to a confrontation with Pat Garrett, the man who would finally gun him down. Based on the play by Gore Vidal, this Western classic stars Academy Award-winner Paul Newman ("Message in a Bottle," "The Hudsucker Proxy") as William Bonney, Lita Milan ("I Mobster," "Never Love a Stranger"), and John Dehner("The Right Stuff," "The Boys from Brazil"). This was the first movie directed by Academy Award-nominee Arthur Penn ("Bonnie and Clyde," "Little Big Man").
An irresponsible student enlists in the Navy expecting to sit out World War II.
This unusually gritty Western about gunslinger William Bonney, better known as "Billy the Kid"
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