Clay Horne, an old gunslinger friend of Ringo's, rents an old codger's mine as a refuge against four men hired to avenge another man's death by Horne in a fair fight. Ringo is trapped in ... See full summary »

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Clay Horne, an old gunslinger friend of Ringo's, rents an old codger's mine as a refuge against four men hired to avenge another man's death by Horne in a fair fight. Ringo is trapped in the middle when Horne's enemies decide to take the law into their own hands. Written by David Bassler

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30 June 1960 (USA)  »

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William 'Cully' Charles Jr., Deputy: [discussing Clay Horne] Johnny, wasn't he the sheriff of Abilene at one time?
Johnny Ringo: For a year - but his reputation meant more to him than his job. I knew it wouldn't last long. Once a man lives by a gun, it's almost impossible to stop.
William 'Cully' Charles Jr., Deputy: You did.
Johnny Ringo: But Horne couldn't. Since Abilene, he's killed eight men.
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