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3:10 to Yuma ()


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Broke small-time rancher Dan Evans is hired by the stagecoach line to put big-time captured outlaw leader Ben Wade on the 3:10 train to Yuma but Wade's gang tries to free him.

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Ben Wade
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Dan Evans
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Emmy
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Mrs. Alice Evans
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Alex Potter - Town Drunk
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Charlie Prince
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Mr. Butterfield - Stage Line Owner
Sheridan Comerate ...
Bob Moons - Stage Driver's Brother
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Bartender
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Ernie Collins
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Bisbee Marshal
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Mrs. Potter (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ...
Wade Henchman (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ...
Townsman (uncredited)
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Wade Henchman (uncredited)
Woody Chambliss ...
Blacksmith (uncredited)
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Mathew Evans (uncredited)
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Wade Henchman (uncredited)
William Dyer Jr. ...
Townsman (uncredited)
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Townsman in Contention (uncredited)
Bill Hale ...
Dave Keene (uncredited)
Jerry Hartleben ...
Mark Evans (uncredited)
Joe Haworth ...
Wade Henchman (uncredited)
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Wade Henchman (uncredited)
Tex Holden ...
One-Legged Man (uncredited)
Fred Marlow ...
Townsman (uncredited)
Tony Mayo ...
Wade Henchman (uncredited)
Erwin Neal ...
Wade Henchman (uncredited)
Jerry Oddo ...
Wade Henchman (uncredited)
William Rhinehart ...
Townsman (uncredited)
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Bill Moons (uncredited)
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Orin Keene (uncredited)
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Hotel Proprietor-Bartender (uncredited)

Directed by

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Delmer Daves

Written by

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Halsted Welles ... (screenplay)
 
Elmore Leonard ... (story)

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David Heilweil ... producer

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George Duning

Cinematography by

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Charles Lawton Jr. ... director of photography

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Al Clark

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Claudius Neal ... HD remaster/Todd AO (uncredited)

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Frank Hotaling

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William Kiernan
Robert Priestley

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Jean Louis ... (gowns)

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Clay Campbell ... makeup artist
Helen Hunt ... hair stylist
Robert J. Schiffer ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sam Nelson ... assistant director

Sound Department

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John P. Livadary ... recording supervisor (as John Livadary)
J.S. Westmoreland ... sound (as Josh Westmoreland)
John Speak ... boom operator (uncredited)

Stunts

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Robert Bradshaw ... stunts (uncredited)
John Cason ... stunts (uncredited)
Frank Hagney ... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Hale ... stunts (uncredited)
Brad Harris ... stunt double: Richard Jaeckel (uncredited)
Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... stunts (uncredited)
Erwin Neal ... stunts (uncredited)
Boyd Stockman ... stunts (uncredited)
Jack N. Young ... stunts (uncredited)

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Arthur Morton ... orchestrations
Morris Stoloff ... conductor / musical director (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

After outlaw leader Ben Wade is captured in a small town, his gang continue to threaten. Small-time rancher Dan Evans is persuaded to take Wade in secret to the nearest town with a railway station to await the train to the court at Yuma. Once the two are holed up in the hotel to wait it becomes apparent the secret is out, and a battle of wills starts. Written by Jeremy Perkins {J-26}

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Taglines Drink the whisky... Love the woman... Try to stay alive till the 3:10 pulls out of town! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Three Ten to Yuma (United States)
  • 3h10 pour Yuma (France)
  • El tren de las 3:10 (Spain)
  • Οι γίγαντες συγκρούονται (Greece)
  • Quel treno per Yuma (Italy)
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  • 92 min
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Trivia Although most Westerns by this time were being produced in color, Delmer Daves and Charles Lawton Jr. opted to shoot this one in black and white. Lawton used red filters on his lenses, however, to give the landscape an even more starkly parched look, befitting the story's setting amid a lengthy drought. See more »
Goofs When all the characters are shown in the street just after the clock shows just after 11:00, all of their shadows are extremely long, because the scene was shot probably in very early morning after sunrise. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Lady with the Torch (1999). See more »
Soundtracks 3:10 to Yuma See more »
Quotes Bisbee Marshal: Do I have two volunteers?
First Posse Member: We gotta know what we're gettin' ourselves into.
Second Posse Member: Sure... might not be safe.
Bisbee Marshal: Safe! Who knows what's safe? I knew a man dropped dead from lookin' at his wife. My own grandmother fought the Indians for sixty years... then choked to death on lemon pie. Do I have two volunteers?
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