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A tough marshal is sent to clean up a lawless western town.

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Marshal Dave Harmon
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Nels Decker
Kathryn Hays ...
Julie Williams
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Mules McNeil
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Arch King
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Major Lucas
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Captain White
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Rol King (as Neil Russell)
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Sam King
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Sanders
Miguel Alejandro ...
Andres
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Caballo
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Storekeeper
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Orderly

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Ted Post

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Charles A. Wallace ... () (as Charles Wallace)

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Shelley Hull ... associate producer
Aaron Spelling ... producer

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George Duning

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John M. Stephens ... (as John Stephens)

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Art Seid

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Paul Sylos

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Ken Swartz

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Robert Harris Sr. ... (as Bob Harris Sr.)
Jerrie Woods

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Ted Coodley ... makeup artist
Wava Green ... hair stylist

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Norman Henry ... executive in charge of production
Jim Lane ... production manager

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Wesley Barry ... assistant director (as Wes Barry)

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Jesse Stone ... construction coordinator
Bill Wainess ... property master

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Gene Eliot ... sound editor
Tommy Thompson ... sound engineer

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Betty Martin ... casting supervisor
Frank Kennedy ... extras casting (uncredited)

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Nolan Miller ... wardrobe design: Miss Hayes

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Rocky Moriana ... music editor

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Irving Cooper ... continuity
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Dave Harmon is a United States Marshall, who has been sent by the governor to the territory of Yuma. It seems that the law is not welcomed there; every marshall that's been sent has been chased out. But Harmon is a different story, upon arriving, he encounters two drunks and asks them to come with him to cool off, one of them pulls a gun on him and shoots, Harmon with no other choice shoots him. He is told that the man he killed is the brother of Arch King, a powerful man, who adheres to only one law, his. Later that evening someone breaks into the jail and lets the other man out and shoots him with Harmon's gun. It seems that the other man is also King's brother. Most people think that Harmon shot him but a Mexican boy whom Harmon allowed to sleep on the floor of the jail said that it was two men and that one of them's a soldier. Harmon is then visited by King and is told that unless he can prove that he was not the one who killed his brother, King will be back and will deal with him in his own way. Harmon then rides out to the army fort to tell them that one of their soldiers was one of the men who killed his prisoner. It seems that Harmon is not well received by the army, it seems that years ago, his family was killed and he believes that soldiers were involved, so wherever he is assigned, it's always near an army fort or base. Written by

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Goofs When the marshal orders the two brothers to drop their gunbelts in the saloon, Rol unbuckles and drops his, but his brother Sam doesn't and the marshal shoots and kills Sam. As the marshal is walking Rol to the jail, his gun belt is clearly visible, but when he gets in the office he is not wearing it. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Western Outlaws: 50 Movie MegaPack (2016). See more »

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