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Abilene Town (January 11, 1946)

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Randolph Scott in Abilene Town
 

Released January 11, 1946: Can't we all just get along? The Civil War is over, and in Abilene Kansas another may start if Randolph Scott cannot keep the cattlemen at peace with the homesteaders in this divided town.

Produced by Jules Levey

Directed by Edwin L. Marin

The Actors: Randolph Scott (Marshall Dan Mitchell), Ann Dvorak (Rita), Edgar Buchanan (Sheriff 'Bravo'Trimble ), Rhonda Fleming (Sherry Balder), Lloyd Bridges (Henry Dreiser), Helen Boyce (Big Annie), Howard Freeman (Ed Balder), Richard Hale (Charlie Fair), Jack Lambert (Jet Younger), Hank Patterson (Doug Neil), Dick Curtis ('Cap' Ryker), Earl Schenck (George Hazelhurst), Eddy Waller (Hannaberry), Walter Baldwin (train conductor), Polly Bond (town girl number 1), Paul Brinegar (gambler), Victor Cox (barfly), Dick Elliott (jailbreak messenger), Morgan Flowers (homesteader), Chick Hannan (cowhand), Chubby Johnson (homesteader), Bob Perry (bartender), Buddy Roosevelt (Slim, cowhand), Maryellen Sennett (town girl number 2), Harry Tenbrook (first wagon driver caught in the stampede), Guy Wilkerson (fan-tan player with Sheriff 'Bravo' Trimble)

 
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The Marshal, the Cowhands, the Farmers, and the Sassy Saloon Singer

Abilene, Kansas is divided right down the middle by Texas Street. Cowboys driving herds of cattle from Texas end their three-month journey at Abilene, where they sell their cattle and suddenly become cash-rich. One side of the street hosts the town saloon and the wild side of life, and on the other side of the street are the timid merchants hoping to sell the cowhands the supplies they need for their return trip to Texas.

The center of the wild parties on the rough side of the street is a sexy saloon singer named Rita. Between the booze and the lusty songs of Rita, the cowhands from the dusty trail turn the town into a lawless free-for-all where the man with the fastest gun always wins.

Randolph Scott is town Marshal Dan Mitchell, and he has been hired by the merchants to keep the gun-fighting cowhands on the other side of the street. The lawless cowhands can do whatever they like on the rough side of the street, as long as the Marshal keeps the violence away from their side of the street.

Unfortunately, the Marshal has ideas of his own, wanting to not only keep the wild violence away from the merchants, but also stop the carnage on the other side of the street. That would be a good plan, but neither the merchants or the saloon owner wants the wild lawless revelry to end. The Marshal stands alone in trying to tame the wild side of Abilene. If that wasn’t enough to turn this powder-keg into a full-blown war, a wagon-train of settlers wanting to grow wheat on the land that the cowboys herd their cattle rides into town. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Dvorak
Ann Dvorak
Ann Dvorak and Randolph Scott
Ann Dvorak and Randolph Scott
Ann Dvorak and Randolph Scott
Ann Dvorak and Randolph Scott
Ann Dvorak
Ann Dvorak
Ann Dvorak
Ann Dvorak
Buddy Roosevelt and Dick Curtis
Buddy Roosevelt and Dick Curtis
Dick Elliott
Dick Elliott
Earl Schenck and Randolph Scott
Earl Schenck and Randolph Scott
Eddy Waller and Lloyd Bridges
Eddy Waller and Lloyd Bridges
Edgar Buchanan
Edgar Buchanan
Edgar Buchanan and Helen Boyce
Edgar Buchanan and Helen Boyce
Edgar Buchanan
Edgar Buchanan
Helen Boyce
Helen Boyce
Howard Freeman
Howard Freeman
Howard Freeman and Randolph Scott
Howard Freeman and Randolph Scott
Howard Freeman and Rhonda Fleming
Howard Freeman and Rhonda Fleming
Howard Freeman and Rhonda Fleming
Howard Freeman and Rhonda Fleming
Jack Lambert
Jack Lambert
Jack Lambert and Edgar Buchanan
Jack Lambert and Edgar Buchanan
Lloyd Bridges
Lloyd Bridges
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott and Ann Dvorak
Randolph Scott and Ann Dvorak
Randolph Scott and Lloyd Bridges
Randolph Scott and Lloyd Bridges
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Rhonda Fleming
Richard Hale
Richard Hale
Richard Hale
Richard Hale
Richard Hale
Richard Hale