Gunfighters (July 15, 1947)

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Randolph Scott in Gunfighters
 

Released on July 15, 1947: (running time 85 minutes) When a gunslinger hangs up his guns and tries to become a rancher he faces a town of men determined to either kill him or run him out of town, and two girls who want very different things from him.

Produced by Harry Joe Brown

Directed by George Waggner

The Actors: Randolph Scott (Brazos Kane), Barbara Britton (Bess Banner), Bruce Cabot (Bard Macky), Charley Grapewin (rancher Inskip), Steven Geray (Jose, aka Uncle Joe), Forrest Tucker (Ben Orcutt), Charles Kemper (Sheriff Kiscaden), Grant Withers (Deputy Bill Yount), John Miles (Johnny), Griff Barnett (Mr. Banner), Dorothy Hart (Jane Banner), Hank Bell (ranch hand), Roy Bucko (deputy), George M. Carleton (doctor), Frank Ellis (deputy), Francis Ford (cook), Martin Garralaga (Padre), Chick Hannan (deputy), Reed Howes (henchman), George Lloyd (henchman), Charles Middleton (Sheriff number one)

 

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One Dead Man to the Mile

Gunslinger Brazos Kane, played by Randolph Scott, is walking out of the saloon into the dark night when he hears a voice behind him calling him out to a shoot-out. Brazos turns and fires his gun, easily beating the challenger, who turns out to be his best friend. Brazos decides that when your best friend can't resist challenging the fastest gun in the West, it is time to hang up the guns and settle down to a little ranching and cow poking.

He leaves town, headed for the small ranch of an old friend who invites him to come and help run his ranch, but when he gets to the ranch he is just in time to see his old friend gunned down in cold blood . . . . Rancher Banner owns everything you can see and a lot of land even beyond the horizon, and he took control of it at the cost of about one dead man to the mile.

Brazos' buddy was a small rancher who got in Banner's way and he had to be killed to get him off of the land that Brazos wanted . . . and Banner not only owns all the land around, he owns all the men around, so naturally when gunslinger Brazos goes to the Sheriff to report the killing of his buddy, Brazos is put on a horse and ridden out to a good hanging tree . . . Now let me back up a minute, because I must tell you about rancher Banner's two lovely daughters.

The daughters are Jane Banner, played by Dorothy Hart, and Bess Banner, played by Barbara Britton. Brazos meets both girls and both girls will eventually fall for Brazos . . . but here is the thing . . . one of the daughters, Bess, is in on the killing of the ranchers who get in Papa's way, and is even in love with the main killer, and the other daughter is naive and innocent and doesn't know that Papa is the bad guy. Brazos, having given up his guns, is in for the fight of his life as he continues to search for the killer of his buddy, and there will be a big showdown when Brazos finally straps on a pair of guns again.

Now, knowing how movies are made, we can be pretty confident that Randolph Scott will be faster than the gunslingers that come after him . . . but will he be faster than the two Banner girls? . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and settle in for a rousing good time, because bullets will fly . . . and men will die, before our hero rides off into the Monument Valley sunset.

Barbara Britton
Barbara Britton
Barbara Britton and Randolph Scott
Barbara Britton and Randolph Scott
Barbara Britton
Barbara Britton
Barbara Britton meets Randolph Scott
Barbara Britton meets Randolph Scott
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot and Forrest Tucker
Bruce Cabot and Forrest Tucker
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot kisses Barbara Britton
Bruce Cabot kisses Barbara Britton
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper and Grant Withers
Charles Kemper and Grant Withers
Charles Kemper
Charles Kemper
Charley Grapewin
Charley Grapewin
Charley Grapewin and John Miles
Charley Grapewin and John Miles
Charley Grapewin listens to Dorothy Hart
Charley Grapewin listens to Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Griff Barnett and Dorothy Hart
Griff Barnett and Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart and Randolph Scott
Dorothy Hart and Randolph Scott
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Forrest Tucker
Forrest Tucker
Forrest Tucker and Bruce Cabot
Forrest Tucker and Bruce Cabot
Grant Withers and Charles Grapewin
Grant Withers and Charles Grapewin
Grant Withers and Griff Barnett
Forrest Tucker and Griff Barnett
Forrest Tucker
Forrest Tucker
Griff Barnett
Griff Barnett
Griff Barnett and Bruce Cabot
Griff Barnett and Bruce Cabot
Griff Barnett and Dorothy Hart
Griff Barnett and Dorothy Hart
Griff Barnett and Grant Withers
Griff Barnett and Grant Withers
Griff Barnett and Randolph Scott
Griff Barnett and Randolph Scott
John Miles
John Miles
John Miles and Randolph Scott
John Miles and Randolph Scott
Martin Garralaga
Martin Garralaga
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott and Barbara Britton
Randolph Scott and Barbara Britton
Randolph Scott and Barbara Britton
Randolph Scott and Barbara Britton
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott and Dorothy Hart
Randolph Scott and Dorothy Hart
John Miles and Randolph Scott
John Miles and Randolph Scott
Steven Geray
Steven Geray
Steven Geray and Randolph Scott
Steven Geray and Randolph Scott