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The Gunfighters (1987)

The Everetts, two brothers and a cousin are trying to make a go of their ranch in Kansas but Deke Turner, someone who wants to see them fail, is doing everything he can to see that happen. ... See full summary »

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Cole Everett
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Dutch Everett (as Reiner Schoene)
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Matt Everett (as Tony Addabbo)
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Deke Turner
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Gov. Hornbeck
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Sally Wells
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Jake Morant
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Sam Martin
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Kate Burrows (as Beverly Hendry)
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Sheriff Burrows
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Lorna (as Moira Wally)
Dale Wilson ...
Coburn
Bill Meilen ...
Bennett
Bryan Fustukian ...
Henry
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Luke Collins (as Eric Kramer)
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The Everetts, two brothers and a cousin are trying to make a go of their ranch in Kansas but Deke Turner, someone who wants to see them fail, is doing everything he can to see that happen. The younger brother's hero is Billy the Kid, and while during an argument with someone who works for Turner, he kills him in self-defense but Turner makes it appear that he killed an unarmed man. He is then urged by his brother to run. When he is caught and is about to be brought back to Kansas to be hung, his brother and cousin break him out. And now pegged as outlaws, they decide to get back at Turner by robbing him. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Will Sampson's final screen appearance. See more »

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The sign for the Marshal's office is misspelled Marshall. See more »

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Camptown Races
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Written by Stephen Foster
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A movie to get you to check some history .
9 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the best westerns I have seen in a long time. Makes you wonder who was worse the outlaws or the law. The story was very convincing and makes you want to know more about the western families. The Everetts were able to understand what would happen when they took the law into their own hands. It tells how the rich were able to get the law to work for them. The common rancher has no chance against another rich rancher. The common rancher was not believed even when he had facts to back him up The rich rancher could pay the law to do what he wanted done. The Everetts did not want to kill and only wanted to be treated right and not cheated out of their land. The youngest was accused of murder only when he was defending himself and was framed by the law.


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