In the aftermath of the massacre at Little Big Horn River that cost the lives of General George Armstrong Cuter and the Seventh Cavalry, one lonely man approaches the town of Yellowstone, ... See full summary »

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(as Walter E. Grauman)

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(story), (teleplay) (as Herbert R. Purdom)

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Adam MacLean
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Hamish Sr.
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Cort Hamish
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Mark Ryan
Walter Maslow ...
Mordecai
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Dilly
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Bartender
Robert Emmett O'Connor ...
Trooper (as Robert O'Connor)
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In the aftermath of the massacre at Little Big Horn River that cost the lives of General George Armstrong Cuter and the Seventh Cavalry, one lonely man approaches the town of Yellowstone, Dakota Territory. He is down on his luck, exhausted and drunk. Several months later he has become a respected citizen of Yellowstone - respected but still lonely, still exhausted, and still drunk at times. He's haunted by a past that cost the lives of more than 200 brave men - and haunted by three riders hot on his trail, out for vengeance. When they ride into the town of Yellowstone, it's up to Alan McLean to prevent a killing that could destroy more than one life... Written by Jasper P. Morgan

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Western

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Release Date:

26 May 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[Adam and the bartender have a bet on the outcome of their chess game]
Adam MacLean: Are you going to pay up?
Bartender: Aw, don't be so greedy, Adam. Hey, look! I do have a move right there.
Adam MacLean: Yeah, ha-ha. Your rooks get around too much, Badger - especially when I'm not looking.
Bartender: Are you accusing me of skullduggery?
Adam MacLean: No, just old-fashioned cheating - the same as always.
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Soundtracks

Red River Valley
(uncredited)
North American folk song
[Played on a harmonica during opening and closing credit sequences]
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