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Rated NR · 141 minutes · 1959

Western
When gunslinger Joe Burdette (Claude Akins) ]kills a man in a saloon, Sheriff John T. Chance (John Wayne) arrests him with the aid of the town drunk, Dude (Dean Martin). Before long, Burdette's brother, Nathan (John Russell), comes around, indicating that he's prepared to bust his brother out of jail if necessary. Chance decides to make a stand until reinforcements arrive, enlisting Dude, an old cripple named Stumpy (Walter Brennan) and baby-faced cowboy Colorado Ryan (Ricky Nelson) to help.
Director: Howard Hawks
Writer: B.H. McCampbell, Jules Furthman and Leigh Brackett
Producer: Howard Hawks
Cast: John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson, Walter Brennan, Ward Bond, John Russell, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Estelita Rodriguez, Claude Akins, Bob Steele, Bing Russell, Myron Healey, Eugene Iglesias, Fred Graham, Tom Monroe and Riley Hill

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