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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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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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At the end of the credits a passage from the poem HORATIUS was included. "And how can man die better than facing fearful odds, For the ashes of his fathers, And the temples of his Gods." See more »

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The 'backward cant quick draw' holster that the Golden kid wore had not been invented...came about during the 1950s. See more »

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

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Good Child Hood Memories
11 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Growing up with a father that was a real cowboy. I grew up watching westerns from a very early age. I grew up watching all of the standards i.e. John Wayne, The Lone Ranger, Bonanza, Big Valley and even older stuff like Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. This movie while not great acting was very good to an 8 year old. I recently saw it again on the encore western channel and every time I see it I still enjoy it. This movie is a throw back to the old westerns that when you look a them today are very cheesy. But if you look at the Lone Ranger they are quite similar in their morale compass. They tell a good story where the bad guy gets his and the good guy gets the girl and the horse. While I agree with another poster that this was probably a failed pilot it is good for what it is. I think that some people think that all movies have to be great art in order to be any good. While they are entitled to their opinion I respectfully disagree.


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