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Trail to Gunsight (1944)

Deputy Dan Creede trails bank robbers to a cabin and after a gunfight believes he killed the man Wagner he finds inside. Quitting his job he goes with Wagner's son and takes the foreman's ... See full summary »

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U. S. Marshal Bill Hollister
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Horatius Van Sickle
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Barton, Cattle Buyer
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Mary Wagner
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Tim Wagner (as Buzz Henry)
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Clementine Van Sickle
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Grandma Wagner
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Duke Ellis, Gang Leader
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Henchman Bert Nelson
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Cowhand Reb Tanner
Ezra Paulette ...
Accordion player / Cowhand (as Bar-Six Cowboys)
Aleth Hansen ...
Mandolin Player, Cowhand (as Bar-Six Cowboys)
Charles Quirk ...
Guitar Player, Cowhand (as Bar-Six Cowboys)
The Bar-6 Cowboys ...
Musicians, Cowhands (as The Bar-Six Cowboys)
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Deputy Dan Creede trails bank robbers to a cabin and after a gunfight believes he killed the man Wagner he finds inside. Quitting his job he goes with Wagner's son and takes the foreman's job on the Wagner ranch. The bank robbers who actually killed Wagner also arrive and realize Dan has not told the Wagners he was the killer. As Dan has become attached to the boy, they threaten to expose him unless he lets them rustle Wagner's herd. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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trail | ranch | killer | gunfight | foreman | See All (73) »

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THUNDERING RIDERS! PLUMDERING RAIDERS! Rip-roaring action on the round-up trail...bullets blasting the cattle rustlers! (original poster) See more »


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Passed | See all certifications »
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18 August 1944 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Diavolou genna  »

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1.37 : 1
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Connections

Referenced in Foul Play (1978) See more »

Soundtracks

Chuck Wagon Blues
Written by Betty Jackson, Harry Waters and J. Lillie, as Jesse J. Lillie
Performed by Ray Whitley and His Six-Bar Cowboys
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