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Fugitive from Sonora (1943)

Approved | | Romance, Western | 1 July 1943 (USA)
Two brothers, separated for many years, meet again. One is now a preacher and the other a notorious killer. At first Keeno refuses to acknowledge Dave as his brother, but when Roberts ... See full summary »

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Parson Dave Winters / Ted Winters aka Keeno Phillips
Wally Vernon ...
Jackpot Murphy
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Dixie Martin
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Hack Roberts
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Bill Slade
Gary Bruce ...
Tom Lawrence
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R. J. Cole (as Ken Duncan)
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Two brothers, separated for many years, meet again. One is now a preacher and the other a notorious killer. At first Keeno refuses to acknowledge Dave as his brother, but when Roberts shoots Dave and takes his ring with a picture of their mother, Keeno changes sides and goes after the bad guys.. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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The Fighting Parson Takes On His Toughest Job...Playing A Lone Hand To Rid The Range Of The Outlaw Menace! See more »

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Romance | Western

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Approved
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1 July 1943 (USA)  »

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Irmão Infame  »

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Red Barry pals a dual role !
12 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Don "Red" Barry stars here in dual western roles as a Man of the Cloth and a Man with a gun......with satisfying results. When his brother is brutally gunned down, the outlaw assumes the brothers ID to corral the bad guys once and for all.

There have been similar story-lines before and after this film, but this one was one of the better dual-role efforts. Don Barry was capable actor and always did well in revenge westerns. This one was a pretty good genre entry.

For a later film with a similar plot, look for Lee Van Cleef's spaghetti western "God's Gun".


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