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Rated NR · 123 minutes · 1962

Western

Going into flashback, a US Senator tells the story of how years ago, as a young lawyer, he came to a small town in which a gang of outlaws terrorized and robbed him. He seeks revenge and finds it in the help of a local cowboy. When the outlaws are finally killed off in a showdown, the lawyer becomes a hero, which leads to his political success.

Director: John Ford
Writer: James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck
Cast: John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin and Edmond O'Brien

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