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Complete credited cast:
Mark Stevens ...
Jedediah (Chip) Coburn
John Brazos
Gale Robbins ...
Lou Crenshaw
Ben Bodeen
John Ward ...
Slick Kirby
Clem Haney
William Henry ...
Sheriff Blane
Richard Reeves ...
Notches Pole
John Cliff ...
Sheriff Cass
Gail Kobe ...
Katy Porter
George Keymas ...
Zon Murray ...
Paul Engle ...
Young Chip
Anthony Sydes ...
Young Brazos


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7 December 1958 (USA)  »

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Gunsmoke in Tucson  »

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Farms Raided By Blue Chip Marauders!
22 July 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Gunsmoke in Tucson is directed by Thomas Carr and written by Paul Leslie Peil and Robert Joseph. It stars Mark Stevens, Forrest Tucker, Gale Robbins, Vaughn Taylor, John Ward, Kevin Hagen, Gail Kobe and William Henry. A CinemaScope/De Luxe Color production, music is by Sid Cutner and cinematography by William Whitley.

As young boys, two brothers, Jed (AKA: Chip) and John, witness their father being hung by a vigilante gang. Chip, angry and bitter, grows up to be an outlaw and leader of the feared Blue Chip Gang. John goes the other way and becomes a U.S. Marshal. Two brothers on opposite sides of the law, destined to become embroiled in an Arizona range war between cattlemen and farmers.

Pretty formulaic stuff here but performed and constructed admirably. Plot machinations revolve around the hopeful salvation of Stevens' outlaw, but as he tries to leave his Blue Chip Gang past behind him, he finds himself being set up by shifty land baron Ben Bodeen (Taylor). Joining the "two brothers on each side of the law" axis are threads involving religion, political power games and testosterone lowering in the form of twin lovelies Lou Crenshaw (Robbins) and Katy Porter (Kobe), with Robbins as a sultry saloon gal getting to warble the tune "I Need a Man". Location photography is pleasing (Santa Clarita, Tucson and Chatsworth), Cutner's musical score is robust and appropriate and the final shoot-out/stand off is a good un'. 6.5/10

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