Requiem For A Gunfighter

  • 1965
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

A better-than-average shoot-'em-up western has professional gunfighter Cameron mistaken for a judge in a small town plagued by McNally and his henchmen. Only a local couple know his true identity, and they talk him into keeping the peace and staging the trial for one of the bad guys. But outlaw Jones recognizes Cameron and reveals his true identity in the...read more

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A better-than-average shoot-'em-up western has professional gunfighter Cameron mistaken for a judge in a small town plagued by McNally and his henchmen. Only a local couple know his true identity, and they talk him into keeping the peace and staging the trial for one of the bad guys. But

outlaw Jones recognizes Cameron and reveals his true identity in the middle of the trial. A duel is staged, and in a classic scene Cameron shoots the gun out of Jones's hand, throws down his own gun, and rides off into the sunset, never to fight again. The gang members are arrested, and the local

citizens talk Cameron into taking up residence in their town. Brown, who had made numerous westerns and B movies throughout the 1930s and 1940s, returned to the screen here after an 11-year absence. He also appeared in THE BOUNTY HUNTER that year and in APACHE UPRISING the following year.

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