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Mrs. Romney and the Outlaws 

Carolyn Romney becomes fed up watching the Kimball-Starr gang from running roughshod over the town of Durango. She decides to do something about it using the Durango Record.

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Caroline Romney
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Marshal Christy
Robert Random ...
Charles (as Bob Random)
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Gus Clark
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Council Member
Michael Harvey ...
Kimball
Buster Shaver ...
Starr
Del Carnes ...
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Carolyn Romney becomes fed up watching the Kimball-Starr gang from running roughshod over the town of Durango. She decides to do something about it using the Durango Record.

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23 December 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[discussing a perpetrators of a lynching]
Marshal Christy: What does it matter who did it? He was no better than Kimball or Starr. He deserved hanging.
Caroline Romney: Maybe deserved hanging, but not a lynching - there's a big difference. Hanging is a lawful execution; the other's murder.
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The Lady for law and order
27 February 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Seeing what happens in the end when the town's citizens are aroused put me in mind of High Noon where the citizens turn their backs on Gary Cooper and of the Howard Hawks/John Wayne trilogy where the message is that you'd better be good enough and professional enough to deal with outlaw miscreants or you're in the wrong business.

In this true story of the west Rosemary DeCamp plays the lady editor of the paper in Durango, Colorado and she's crusading for law and order. The notorious Kimball/Sykes gang is rampaging the area and the town citizens won't back up the marshal and the town council won't give him any deputies. Their taxes are too high. Boy does that ever sound familiar for today.

In any event the citizens aren't about to be shown up by a woman and they do come around. Rosemary DeCamp cuts a courageous figure as the lady for law and order.


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