Marshal returns home to find his town almost wiped out by Mexican bandits, enlists the help of a young Mexican boy and his mother to track them down.

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Ben Cutter
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Paco Avila
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Angelita Avila
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Maggie
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Gen. Spalding
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Santillo
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Tuttle
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Clay Wooten
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Alex Bowen
Robert Random ...
Kyle Bowen
Robert Totten ...
Thatcher
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Orville Mason
Steve Falk ...
D.W. West
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Marshal returns home to find his town almost wiped out by Mexican bandits, enlists the help of a young Mexican boy and his mother to track them down. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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10 February 1970 (USA)  »

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Cutter duldet keinen Mord  »

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Good standard western
11 July 2006 | by (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan) – See all my reviews

John Gavin, while not exactly dynamic, does a good job with this story of a lawman going into Mexico to deal with Mexican bandits, an American outlaw and his brother, and in the process finding himself helping a young Mexican boy and his mother escape the grip of a local bully. Although apparently an idea for a Gunsmoke-like TV show, this is actually a remake of an actual "Gunsmoke" episode from the 14th season, broadcast on October 7, 1968, and called "Zavala." Even the young boy, Manuel Padilla, Jr., plays Paco, just as he does in the original "Gunsmoke." Cutter's Trail contains a slightly different ending, but the two stories are essentially the same, with the author, Paul Savage, and the director, Vincent McEveety repeating. Not a classic, but enjoyable, and, at times, pretty exciting.


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