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Hell Canyon Outlaws (1957)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Romance | 6 October 1957 (USA)
Efficient Sheriff Caleb Wells is fired by the short-sighted town council, thus clearing the way for a group of hoodlums to vandalize the peaceful and defenseless town.

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Sheriff Caleb Wells
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Happy Waters
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Maria
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Smiley Andrews
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Henchman Walt
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Henchman Nels
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Henchman Stan
Charles Fredericks ...
Deputy Bear
Alexander Lockwood ...
Bert - the New Sheriff
James Nusser ...
Oscar Schultz
James Maloney ...
Rudy
William Pullen ...
Tom
George Ross ...
Cliff
George Pembroke ...
Jed
Vicente Padula ...
Julio (as Vincent Padula)
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Four outlaws ride in and pillage and take over a Kansas town. They toss barflies from the saloon in order to make more room for themselves...throw hotel guests out of their rooms...trade horses and saddles at gunpoint...loot the general store. Thier aim is to take what they can, have some fun and, then, rob the bank. Finally, their antics anger the deposed ex-sheriff who straps on his guns and takes action. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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saloon | outlaw | kansas | hotel | gun | See All (45) »

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6 October 1957 (USA)  »

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Die schwarze Bande  »

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1.85 : 1
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A terrific little western programmer.

That's the second time I watch this little gem since twenty five years now. Actually, I discovered it again. I did not remember it at all. A pure delight. I love this kind of topic, a small town outraged, terrorized by a bunch, a handful of outlaws before whom any one can resist. Except only one man. OK, we all have seen that a billion times before, but this one is totally forgotten. I only think of Joseph Pevney's THE PLUNDERERS, starring Jeff Chandler. Here, Dale Robertson has the Chandler's character. The hero who reveals himself only in the end against the evil ones. Four outlaws in both features.

An exciting little western.

Brian Keith is outstanding as the evil lead.


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