Hell's Outpost (December 15, 1954)

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Hells Outpost
 

Released on December 15, 1954: Tully Gibbs, a Korean War Veteran tries to help a small town mine owner develop his tungsten mine, but the wealthy town boss will use everything in his power to stop him.

Produced by Joseph Kane

Directed by Joseph Kane

The Actors: Rod Cameron (Tully Gibbs), Joan Leslie (Sarah Moffit), John Russell (Ben Hodes), Chill Wills (Kevin Russel), Ben Cooper (Alec Bacchione), Kristine Miller (Beth Hodes), Jim Davis (Sam Horne, newspaper owner), Taylor Holmes (Timothy Byers, County Recorder), Barton MacLane (Sheriff Olson), Ruth Lee (Mrs. Moffitt), Arthur Q. Bryan (harry, bank accomplice), Oliver Blake (hotel clerk), Ruth Brennan (Hilda Pruitt), Al Bridge (unknown), Don Brodie (unknown), Edward Clark (Belden), John Dierkes (Swede the cook), George Dockstader (Jensen), Sue England (Bessie), Robert 'Buzz' Henry (Chick Hanna), Gill Herman (bus driver), Don Kennedy (truck driver), James O'Hara (waiter), Almira Sessions (Mrs. O'Sullivan's companion), Elizabeth Slifer (Mrs. O'Sullivan), Paul Stader (Borg), Harry Woods (Deputy Lud)

 

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The Town Bully and the Stranger

Lieutenant Tully Gibbs, played by Rod Cameron, has just been released from the Army and duty in South Korea. As our adventure opens he is getting off a Greyhound bus in the small town of Azurite, where tungsten is mined. Town boss Ben Hodes owns the only working mine in the area, and owns half the bank and all of the town . . . . But as much as he tries, he cannot own beautiful Sarah, played by Joan Leslie. When the tall stranger in town meets Sarah he decides that he also would like to know Sarah better, and it doesn’t take long before Tully and Ben are threatening each other and fist fighting for the right to date Sarah. . . . But wait . . . . There will be more fuel for the anger between these two men very soon . . . . Tully did not get off the bus in this small town by accident . . . . He has been planning this trip for several years. One of the boys fighting beside him in Korea was the son of mine owner Kevin Russel, played by the amazing character actor Chill Wills. Chill Wills owns the richest tungsten vein in the area, but doesn’t have the money or the know-how to bring it to market. The tall stranger willing to duke it out with the town boss and everyone else in town, proposes a partnership with mine owner Chill Wills, and the battle with Ben, owner of the big tungsten mine in town, is on. Both Ben and Tully are big men with big egos and are accustomed to getting what they want, and both men want to run the biggest mine in town . . . . we can quickly see trouble ahead . . . . BIG trouble . . . . It is one thing for two bruisers to battle over a woman, but it is a whole ‘nother thing for two powerful men to battle over their future wealth. Fists will fly, bullets will follow, and trucks full of dynamite cannot be far off . . . . Only one man will survive the battle, and it may or may not be the one you will root for. This sleepy little town that was run by only one big man will soon resemble Hell's Outpost as the two titans battle. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anne Gwynne
Anne Gwynne
Anne Gwynne
Anne Gwynne
Anne Gwynne and Peter Cookson at the bar
Anne Gwynne and Peter Cookson at the bar
Anne Gwynne
Anne Gwynne
Charles Calvert
Charles Calvert
Darren McGavin
Darren McGavin
Ernie Adams stares at Peter Cookson
Ernie Adams stares at Peter Cookson
Francis Pierlot
Francis Pierlot
Francis Pierlot and Peter Cookson
Francis Pierlot and Peter Cookson
Nestor Paiva and Anne Gwynne
Nestor Paiva and Anne Gwynne
Nestor Paiva watches Peter Cookson read the newspaper
Nestor Paiva watches Peter Cookson read the newspaper
Peter Cookson
Peter Cookson
Peter Cookson and Almira Sessions
Peter Cookson and Almira Sessions
Peter Cookson, Almira Sessions and Nestor Paiva
Peter Cookson, Almira Sessions and Nestor Paiva
Peter Cookson and Ernie Adams
Peter Cookson and Ernie Adams
Peter Cookson and Francis Pierlot
Peter Cookson and Francis Pierlot