Yuma arrives in a town in which the local editor checks guns and, when he checks Johnny's, one is discovered missing. It is learned Ted Keller has taken the gun to settle a perceived injustice to his father.

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Ben Tully
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Yuma arrives in a town in which the local editor checks guns and, when he checks Johnny's, one is discovered missing. It is learned Ted Keller has taken the gun to settle a perceived injustice to his father.

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27 December 1959 (USA)  »

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Johnny Yuma: It's always easy to blame a stranger. It saves you from blamin' yourselves.
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Otto Kruger and Dan Sheridan
19 July 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Gun City" is Green City, where Johnny Yuma meets editor Ben Tully (Otto Kruger), an old friend of Mason City editor Elmer Dodson (twice played by John Carradine), who takes pride in making his town gun free, without the need for a sheriff. Johnny willingly turns over his gun to Ben but finds one missing from the storeroom, belonging to a townsman who was killed by a horse in a livery stable a few weeks back. The members of the town council decide to retain their own weapons with a mysterious gunslinger in their midst, the other citizens following suit to Ben's dismay. Johnny's hunch on the gunman's identity turns out to be accurate, though the reasons guiding his actions are more complicated than anyone could guess. The adventure concludes with all the guns back in Ben's storeroom, and Yuma's observation: "with a gun people shoot first and talk later." In one of his last roles, veteran Otto Kruger was a fine choice, supported by Dan Sheridan (second of five), Thomas Browne Henry, and George Becwar, Bela Lugosi's co-star in "Bride of the Monster," in the first of his seven appearances.


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