Black Saddle (1959–1960)
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Young Dick Banks is fascinated by guns, despite his father's opposition to them. Clay, seeing that the boy's growing interest in guns parallels his own start as a professional gunfighter, takes the boy under his wing.

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Marshal Gib Scott
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Nora Travers (as Anna Lisa)
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Denver Pollock
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Jack Shepherd
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Amzie Strickland ...
Polly Banks
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Young Dick Banks is fascinated by guns, despite his father's opposition to them. Clay, seeing that the boy's growing interest in guns parallels his own start as a professional gunfighter, takes the boy under his wing.

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11 April 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Dick Banks: I wouldn't have killed him, Mr. Coulhane.
Clay Culhane: Wouldn't ya?
Dick Banks: I could shoot the glass out of his hand 'cause it didn't mean nothin', but I couldn't kill him.
Clay Culhane: You couldn't. I had to.
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