Shoot-Out At Medicine Bend

  • 1957
  • 1 HR 27 MIN
  • NR
  • Western

Scott plays a Civil War vet from the Union Army. His clothes are stolen, along with those of some friends, so they don garb given to them by some friendly Quakers. The clothing comes in handy when Scott's brother and his troops are killed in an Indian attack and Scott must go undercover to find out who sold the dead man faulty ammunition. The climax is...read more

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Scott plays a Civil War vet from the Union Army. His clothes are stolen, along with those of some friends, so they don garb given to them by some friendly Quakers. The clothing comes in handy when Scott's brother and his troops are killed in an Indian attack and Scott must go undercover

to find out who sold the dead man faulty ammunition. The climax is an action-filled sequence in which Scott catches up with bad guy Craig. Garner, in one of his earliest roles, plays one of Scott's sidekicks. Dickinson also made one of her first appearances here as Scott's love interest. The film

is routine fare, but lively enough entertainment. The well-paced direction and Scott's performance are the film's highlights. Unlike most of Scott's black and white films, SHOOT-OUT AT MEDICINE BEND was not color tinted. Watch for Kulp, Miss Jane on TV's "Beverly Hillbillies," in a minor role.

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