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Willie Duggans, a tenderfoot from the east, arrives in the wild west and soon experiences its violence. Willie discovers the easy money in bounty killing and must choose between that violent lifestyle and the love of a beautiful saloon singer. Written by
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Shot at the same time as its double-bill co-feature, "Requiem for a Gunfighter." Both films were budgeted at $194,000 each. See more »
[Johnny offers Willie a pistol]
And while you're at it, you learn how to use this and hang onto it. You can get by without a dime in your pocket, but without this iron, you're nothing.
Oh, it can't be as bad as you say.
Now, maybe where you come from the law comes in books, but in this country, a man carries it on his hip.
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I'm off to order this movie. I hope it is on DVD by now.
I grew up watching movie matinée at 4:00 after school. Immediately after, my brother and I went outside to recreate what we had seen. We were awesome. Most movies these days don't catch my attention, but when I saw the cast of this one, I was taken back to another time.
Bounty Hunter was more than I could have asked.....not quite as predictable as most, and with some lessons to be learned. Oh, my gosh, Johnny Mack Brown, Bob Steele! Never understood what a sawed off double barreled shot gun loaded with cannon sized shells could do. Yikes, 3 in one shot! Well enough. I liked it sufficiently to research it. When I found out who his final killer was in real life, it rocked me for a moment. The person who said the actor was too old.....awwww gimmee a break.
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