The $8300 Bill Longley earned for driving a herd of cattle to Mesa isn't in his hands for thirty seconds before two gunmen rob take his money and the bank's assets as well, mortally ... See full summary »

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Nick Ahearn
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Sheriff Ike Masters
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Max Bowen
Allan Lurie ...
Gus Phelan
Susan Anderson ...
Jenny Masters
Charles Meredith ...
Eli Townsend
John Maxwell ...
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Ben Cushman
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Sam Chase
Wilson Wood ...
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Charles Bail ...
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The $8300 Bill Longley earned for driving a herd of cattle to Mesa isn't in his hands for thirty seconds before two gunmen rob take his money and the bank's assets as well, mortally wounding the bank president in the process. One robber is killed by Max Bowen almost immediately and Longley continues his pursuit of the remaining bandit into Mexico after the posse turns back. Nick Ahern, the man Longley has been trailing, convinces the Texan that he's not the murdering thief that hasn't been apprehended and Longley convinces him to return to Mesa to defend his reputation in the face of an angry lynch mob. Written by David Bassler

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17 November 1958 (USA)  »

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[a posse pursuing a bank robber halts at the Mexican border]
Sheriff Ike Masters: We can't cross into Mexico.
Bill Longley: He did.
Ben Cushman: Oh, come on, let's take a chance.
Max Bowen: Hold on, Ben. You heard Ike - we got no right to cross the border.
Bill Longley: Neither did my eight thousand.
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