Reverend Ben Darniell believes he should practice what he preaches, and he refuses to resort to violence in the face of opposition. But he finds a minister in Carson City must be prepared to fight for those who cannot defend themselves.

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Rev. Ben Darniell
Carol Brewster ...
Claire Vernon
Raymond Guth ...
Joker Smith
Sheldon Allman ...
Honegger
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Widow Hopkins
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Bishop Keaner
K.L. Smith ...
Prison Guard
James Jeter ...
Hank
Joe Budd ...
Tex
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Reverend Ben Darniell believes he should practice what he preaches, and he refuses to resort to violence in the face of opposition. But he finds a minister in Carson City must be prepared to fight for those who cannot defend themselves.

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25 March 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[Reverend Darniell has tendered his resignation after getting into a barroom brawl with a crooked saloon owner]
Claire Vernon: Don't leave.
Ben Darniell: I have no right to stay.
Bishop: Who says you don't!
Ben Darniell: Bishop Keaner!
Bishop: I could have written or replied by wire, but I wanted to get a look at you... and also to tell you personally, Reverend Darniell, that we need clergymen like you who are not afraid to fight when the cause is just; to defend the weak when they cannot defend themselves. You are going to stay in this ...
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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
(uncredited)
Written by Martin Luther
Played by Reverend Darnell while trying out the old church organ
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