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Gunsight Ridge (1957)

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Stage line agent investigates a series of robberies by taking the job of a deputy sheriff in a border Arizona town.

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Mike Ryan
Mark Stevens ...
Velvet Clark
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Molly Jones
Addison Richards ...
Sheriff Tom Jones
Darlene Fields ...
Rosa
Carolyn Craig ...
Farm Girl
Robert Griffin ...
Herb Babcock
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Billy Daggett (as Stanford Jolley)
George Chandler ...
Gus Withers
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Hank Moss
Herb Vigran ...
R.B. Davis, Justice of the Peace
Kitty Kelly ...
Mrs. Donahue
Jody McCrea ...
Groom
Cynthia Chenault ...
Bride (as Cindy Robbins)
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Lazy Heart Ranchhand
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The latest of a series of stagecoach holdups in the Arizona Territory takes place on a stagecoach in which Mike Ryan, undercover agent for the stage line, and Molly Jones, daughter of the local sheriff, are passengers. The bandana masking one of the robbers slips and he is killed by the gang-leader Velvet Clark. The latter masquerades as a respectable piano-playing citizen of the community. The townspeople are aroused enough over the continued robberies that they ask Sheriff Tom Jones to resign but they agree to give him more time when he takes on Ryan as a deputy. Circumstantial evidence leads the sheriff to Clark, but the latter kills him and escapes. Ryan tracks him to Gunsight Ridge where there is a showdown gunfight. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Only One Would Leave Gunsight Ridge Alive! (original poster)


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September 1957 (USA)  »

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Stranger at Soldiers' Springs  »

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In the final scene where McRae is talking to the girl you can see a car drive by in the background. See more »

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[last lines]
Mike Ryan: Molly, they've asked me to stay.
Molly Jones: What have you told them?
Mike Ryan: I haven't told them.
Molly Jones: I want you to stay.
Mike Ryan: Then I'll tell them.
Molly Jones: You will?
Mike Ryan: I will.
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Gunsight Ridge
Performed by Dean Jones
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Aa worthwhile film with a reasonable story and quality cast and score.
14 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Francis Lyon always chose to have one (usually short and out of context) spot in his films that displayed some sort of tenderness, some sort of heart, in a figure that seemed to have neither. In this film, the guy in the black hat (Mark Stevens) happens up on an old abandoned shed in the middle of the desert. He goes in to find that there is nothing of use, but spies an old upright piano. It's long been neglected and is covered in dust. He blows the dust off and sits down to this abused keyboard. Suddenly, he is playing a very beautiful little piece that belies his present roughness and coldness and lets the audience know that it was not always this way with him.That he came from somewhere better, in another place, another time. David Raksin wrote this music. Its very quiet, simple and goes straight to the heart. It's been exactly fifty years since I have heard it last, but I remember every note as if it had been only yesterday.

Perhaps one day it will appear again, but for now, I must depend on my memory if ever to hear those quaint chords again.


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