When a lawless female and company stir up trouble . - Arizona territory Marshal Dave Harmon boards a stage coach bound for Yuma. Where he hopes to restore order and run her out or take her in, one way or another.

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Jack Harmon
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Julie Benton
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Will MacNeil
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When a lawless female and company stir up trouble . - Arizona territory Marshal Dave Harmon boards a stage coach bound for Yuma. Where he hopes to restore order and run her out or take her in, one way or another.

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5 May 1960 (USA)  »

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A family reunion
9 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The army is sending a Marshal to a town called Yuma. It seems that there is a woman in the town that is using her saloon as a means of taking money, by any means, from people that arrive in the town. The army sends Marshal Dave Harmon to clean up the town and shut the saloon, owned by Julie Benton, down for good.

Right off the stagecoach the Marshal is met by a gunslinger hired to kill him. The Marshal takes care of that situation and goes right to Julie's saloon. After closing the place, she tells the Marshal that her protector, Jack Harmon, will be in town to reopen the saloon and take care of him. But little does Julie know that the Marshal and Jack are brothers. Now it going to come down to one Harmon on the side of justice and the other Harmon an outlaw. But there is another person in the town that wants to but an end to this family reunion.

This was an exciting plot that was unique for a western story. We have the classic one good guy and one bad guy and now they are both brothers-- nice story. Even though the ending was very safe, by the time the credits run the viewer has been entertained to the fullest. Good watch.


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