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The Legend of the Golden Gun (1979)

A young farmer and a runaway slave team up to track down the legendary Confederate guerrilla William Quantrill. Along the way they run into a legendary gunfighter, who teaches the young ... See full summary »

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John Golden
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Joshua Brown
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Maggie
John McLiam ...
Jake Powell
Elissa Leeds ...
Sara Powell
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Judge Harrison Harding
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J.R. Swackhammer
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William Ford (as Bill Bryant)
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Captain Marks
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Dr. Wheller
Walt Davis ...
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A young farmer and a runaway slave team up to track down the legendary Confederate guerrilla William Quantrill. Along the way they run into a legendary gunfighter, who teaches the young farmer how to shoot and gives him a special gun that shoots seven rounds, the seventh which is intended as an advantage against evil. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Fantasy | Western

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10 April 1979 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The film is explicitly set in 1863; Custer was busy leading Michigan cavalrymen at the Battle of Gettysburg, over a thousand miles East of Kansas, in mid-summer. See more »

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When John Golden throws four bottles in the air for J.R. to shoot, only three shots sound and only three sounds of glass breaking are heard (and only two bottles are shown being shot), but J.R. acts as if he got all the bottles. See more »

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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: SST: Death Flight (1989) See more »

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A better than average movie; a pleasant escape.
5 October 2002 | by (Kingston, Nevada) – See all my reviews

Nice to see a movie with a moral, a good cast, good performances, especially Hal Holbrook & Keir Dullea. I felt the story was good, and the performances believable, and quite real, other than the characters always being made up. A good family movie.


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