Sugarfoot (1957–1961)
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The Bullet and the Cross 

Tom is told that his friend Cliff Raven, a half-Indian who he has been studying law with, is wanted for the murder of a white girl he had been seeing. Tom goes to Raven and tries to talk ... See full summary »

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Will Hutchins ...
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Tom is told that his friend Cliff Raven, a half-Indian who he has been studying law with, is wanted for the murder of a white girl he had been seeing. Tom goes to Raven and tries to talk him into coming in peacefully to prove his innocence, but Raven escapes, not trusting that he will get a fair trial. When Tom finds him in an old mine both he and Raven wind up trapped in it when it caves in. Written by rbecker28

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27 May 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Sugarfoot tries to help a man accused of killing his own fiancée
22 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Found a video at a yard sale with three Sugarfoot shows. This one is The Bullet and the Cross. If I told you what that title meant I would be giving away part of the ending, not allowed to do that. But Brewster (Sugarfoot played by Will Hutchins) becomes friends with a local man named Cliff Raven who is also studying the law (Charles Bronson). They are about to leave for a nearby town to watch a murder trial for their studies when the Sheriff shows up with his deputy to arrest Raven for the murder of his own girl friend. Figuring he will be hung as a half-breed, Raven takes off. Sugarfoot wants him to stand trial and clear himself. He tracks him to a mine where they both become trapped. Sorry, can't reveal the ending. But with the top acting talents of Hutchins and Bronson, along with good character actors and good writing, it is a western worth enjoying.


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