Life in Fairfield, Montana was pretty slow. Until eight young outlaws named The Young Guns showed up. They make their own fun and they don't follow any rules, which usually means explosions, disaster and mayhem. Just the way they like it.
When his sister Betsy packs up and leaves the family's Montana cattle ranch to find fame and fortune in Hollywood, her brother Jim decides to follow after her to make sure she doesn't get ... See full summary »
This documentary based on the real life events of the famed gunslinger. The documentary ties in with the film quite nicely and does a good job of separating the factual events from the ... See full summary »
A man searching for a stolen army payroll is joined by several men after the reward money. One of the pursuers, after killing a ranch foreman, elopes with the ranchers' daughter. Enraged at the shooting of his foreman and convinced that his daughter was kidnapped, the rancher leads a posse after his daughter. When Apaches attack the thieves and their pursuers, the rancher's posse is forced to side with his daughter's new husband and his friends.Written by
This film has nothing going for it. It used the gimmick of starring the children of three famous Stars (sound familiar?). The sons of Joel McCrea and Robert Mitchum, and the daughter of Alan Ladd play cardboard characters in a dime novel. This novelty of the casting is the only reason anybody ever saw this film in its day, and the only reason to fast forward through it now. As for "whatever happened to", Alana Ladd's filmography speaks volumes. The Boys fared a little better, but not much.
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