Cattle baron Oat Jackford orders his two cowboys to run Lucas McCain and his son off their ranch. watch
Early events, cowboy Wes (Fred MacMurray) rightly jailed for night-time rustling, protests but not enough when the locals mistake Tidy (Norman Leavitt) for him, slipping away in the aftermath, in the Barbara Stanwyck 3-D Western The Moonlighter, 1953.
Little brother Richie (Peter Votrian) awakens his much admired thug brother Frankie (John Casavettes), mother (Virginia Gregg) soon joining them, in Don Siegel's Crime In The Streets, 1956.
Opening scene, Kimbrell (Dick Simmons) greets Michener (Louis Calhern, 12 years the writer's senior!) and delivers him to flight surgeon Dowling (Walter Pidgeon), starting the flashback in Men Of The Fighting Lady, 1954.
Stewart Granger is a gunslinger who tries to make up to his son for his past by hanging up his weapons. Guess how long he until he reverts to Gun Glory (1957).
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