Riverboat (1959–1961)
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The Fight Back 

Seeking cargo for his riverboat, Captain Holden docks in the town of Hampton and discovers that Fowler, the town boss, won't allow the farmers to ship their crops. Desperate for work, ... See full summary »

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Chris Slade
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Sonja Torgin
William D. Gordon ...
Joe Travis (as William Gordon)
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Tom Fowler
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Ansel Torgin
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Shelby Fowler
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Graham
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1st Farmer
Robert Griffin ...
2nd Farmer (as Robert E. Griffin)
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Carney Kohler
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Seeking cargo for his riverboat, Captain Holden docks in the town of Hampton and discovers that Fowler, the town boss, won't allow the farmers to ship their crops. Desperate for work, Holden agrees to host the wedding of a local townsman. When Fowler's brother dies trying to kill the groom, the boss leads a lynch mob against Holden and his ship. Written by David Bassler

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Adventure | Western

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18 October 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Captain Grey Holden: This was Hampton - violent, corrupting, a holing-up spot for every thief, gambler, and killer who'd been run out of Natchez and Vicksburg. Here they built a monument to greed and rottenness. And here they watched it torn down. One pirate and his henchmen ruled a kingdom of evil. Now there were corpses. I saw it happen. I was part of it. And I know why it happened.
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