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Watching this will remind you of the B westerns of the 30's.
However it was made in the late 60's and looks like everything else made by Universal in the late 60's and early 70's when Universal was making a lot of money from TV. It's also a 1.33 film, so it was probably originally made for TV.
It's one of those "I've seen it once, I don't need to see it again" movies.
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