Mysterious Will Lockhart delivers supplies to storekeeper Barbara Waggoman at Coronado, an isolated town in Apache country. Before long, he's tangled with Dave Waggoman, vicious son of autocratic rancher Alec and cousin of sweet Barbara. But he sticks around town, his presence a catalyst for changes in people's lives, searching for someone he doesn't know...who's been selling rifles to the Apaches. Written by
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THE MAN who was magnificent in "The Glenn Miller Story" THE MAN who was unforgettable in "Rear Window" THE MAN who was matchless in "Strategic Air Command"
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The film has been described as a western version of King Lear. See more
At the beginning of the movie Lockhart stops the wagons and says that they will camp there for the night. Charley O'Leary, one of the drivers, comments that they can make "a couple more miles before sundown" yet the shadows show that it is only shortly after noon. See more
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa. We'll camp here for the night.
We can go a coupla more miles 'fore sundown.
We'll camp here!
You're the boss.
The Man From Laramie
By Lester Lee
- Ned Washington
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