One outrageous single take from writer, producer and director Samuel Fuller, as Wes and Chico (Gene Barry, Robert Dix) join lawman brother Griff (Barry Sullivan) and skittish local sheriff Logan (Dean Jagger), until rancher Jessica (Barbara Stanwyck) rides through, in Forty Guns, 1957.
Brother Wes (Gene Barry) and hot gunsmith Rio (Ziva Rodann) provide backup as gunslinger turned lawman Griff (Barry Sullivan) faces down Brockie (John Ericson), drunken kid brother of a powerful lady rancher, who just killed his friend, early in Samuel Fuller's Forty Guns, 1957.
Writer, producer and director Samuel Fuller here in command of Barbara Stanwyck, the dominant local rancher, in black on the white horse, Barry Sullivan, the new federal marshal, and a special effected Western tornado, sexy stuff in Forty Guns, 1957.
Temporary Tombstone lawman Griff (Barry Sullivan) has arrived at the ranch of lady land baron Jessica (Barbara Stanwyck) to collar her man Swain (Chuck Roberson), highly suggestive dialogue from writer, producer and director Samuel Fuller following, in Forty Guns, 1957.
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