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Guns of a Stranger (1973)

Forced in the line of duty to kill a young Abilene gunman, Sheriff Matthew Roberts (Marty Robbins)is torn by inner anguish and takes off his bade and leaves Kansas. Time passes and Roberts ... See full summary »

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Tom Duncan
Dovie Beams ...
Virginia Duncan
Steven Tackett ...
Danny Duncan (as Steve Tackett)
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Ace Gorenum (as William Foster)
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Shug Meadows
Tom Hartman ...
Harley Rutledge
Charles W. Aldridge ...
Clyde Terlan (as Charley Aldridge)
Ronny Robbins ...
Alfred Bearden
Melody Hinkle ...
Faye Bearden
Mark Reed ...
Young Outlaw
Don Winters ...
Axe Mayhew
Bobby Sykes ...
Bob Bishop
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Sheriff Stoner
Phil Strassberg ...
Nathan Cryder
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Forced in the line of duty to kill a young Abilene gunman, Sheriff Matthew Roberts (Marty Robbins)is torn by inner anguish and takes off his bade and leaves Kansas. Time passes and Roberts is known as 'The Drifter', wandering restlessly through the west. In Arizona, he aids an elderly rancher, Tom Duncan (Chill Wills), and his granddaughter, Virginia (Dovie Beams) and her kid-brother Danny (Steven Tackett) in their fight to save their small ranch from a crooked banker and his gang of outlaws. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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He Rode In Alone-A Silent Stranger-Until The Day His Blazing Guns Did The Talking!

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Action | Music | Western

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G
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1 May 1973 (USA)  »

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The Drifter  »

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1.85 : 1
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Mr. Rutledge
Written and Sung by Marty Robbins
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Super singer but not an actor
9 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Marty Robbins was a great singer who was gifted with one of the greatest voices to ever grace any kind of music. He made a few films but most are just vehicles for his singing. This has him in a western role and is O.K. as long as you don't expect 'Shane' 'High Noon' or 'The Wild Bunch.' It was made in the 70's when sadly the western was in decline and would have probably gone down better in the 40's or 50's. Decidedly better than his other western movie 'Ballad of a Gunfighter'which must have had a budget of about 30 dollars and probably took as much at the box office. Marty's fans however will treasure having any movie by their man.


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