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Marshal Rooster Cogburn unwillingly teams up with Eula Goodnight to track down the killers of her father.

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Rooster Cogburn
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Eula
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Breed
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Hawk
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Judge Parker
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Luke
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Red
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Rev. Goodnight
Richard Romancito ...
Wolf
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Leroy
Warren Vanders ...
Bagby
Jerry Gatlin ...
Nose
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McCoy
Tommy Lee ...
Chen Lee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mickey Gilbert ...
Hambone (uncredited)
John Howard Hamilton ...
U.S. Cavalry Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Jerry (uncredited)
Gary McLarty ...
Emmett (uncredited)
General Sterling Price ...
Cat (uncredited)
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Fiona's Husband (uncredited)
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Bailiff (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stuart Millar

Written by

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Charles Portis ... (suggested by the character "Rooster Cogburn" from the novel "True Grit")
 
Martha Hyer ... (written by) (as Martin Julien)

Produced by

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Paul Nathan ... associate producer
Hal B. Wallis ... producer

Music by

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Laurence Rosenthal

Cinematography by

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Harry Stradling Jr. ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert Swink

Editorial Department

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John Williams ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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E. Preston Ames ... (as Preston Ames)

Set Decoration by

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George R. Nelson ... (as George Robert Nelson)

Makeup Department

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Lon Bentley ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Dave Grayson ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Emile LaVigne ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Barbara Ronci ... hairdresser (uncredited)

Production Management

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William W. Gray ... production manager (as William Gray)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Richard Hashimoto ... second assistant director
Joseph Lenzi ... first assistant director (as Pepi Lenzi)
Michael D. Moore ... second unit director (as Michael Moore)
Bill Scott ... assistant director trainee (uncredited)
David Silver ... assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Gil Aguilar ... constructor (uncredited)
Gene Anderson ... swingman (uncredited)
Howard Cole ... assistant props (uncredited)
Chester Duncan ... property master (uncredited)
Villere Flotte ... painter (uncredited)
Thomas Gark ... property master: second unit (uncredited)
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)
Paul Harvey ... constructor (uncredited)
Andy Hawkes ... constructor (uncredited)
Peter Ivy ... constructor (uncredited)
Ray LaPorte ... painter (uncredited)
Joseph M. LeBaron ... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Frank Mitchell ... greensman (uncredited)
Bob Nohles ... construction foreman (uncredited)
George Rasch ... greensman (uncredited)
Thomas L. Roysden ... leadman (uncredited)
Billy Lee Smith ... constructor (uncredited)
Robert D. Stout ... drapery (uncredited)

Sound Department

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John R. Carter ... sound (as John Carter)
Leonard Peterson ... sound re-recordist (as Leonard S. Peterson)
Bill Dager ... sound recordist (uncredited)
James Leckett ... cableman (uncredited)
John McDonald ... boom operator (uncredited)

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Jack McMaster ... special effects (as Jack McMasters)
Ray Arnd ... special effects (uncredited)
Bill Doane ... special effects (uncredited)
Howard Hutsell ... special effects (uncredited)
Dick Lopez ... special effects (uncredited)
Harry Stewart ... special effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Jerry Gatlin ... stunt coordinator
Jerry Brutsche ... stunts (uncredited)
Gary Combs ... stunts (uncredited)
Quentin Dickey ... stunts (uncredited)
Jerry Gatlin ... stunts (uncredited)
Mickey Gilbert ... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Hayward ... stunts (uncredited)
Kevin N. Johnston ... stunts (uncredited)
Gary McLarty ... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... stunt double: John Wayne (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited)
George Robotham ... stunts (uncredited)
Jerry Summers ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Rexford L. Metz ... photographer: second unit (as Rexford Metz)
Craig Denault ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Sheldon Ehrlich ... grip (uncredited)
Jack N. Green ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Kim Guthrie ... second grip (uncredited)
Jack Johnson ... key grip (uncredited)
Jim Kauffman ... grip (uncredited)
Jan Kiesser ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Ray Kinzer ... dolly grip (uncredited)
Joe R. Marquette Jr. ... camera operator (uncredited)
Ralph Marshall ... lamp operator (uncredited)
Tom May ... key grip (uncredited)
Russell McCarthy ... generator operator (uncredited)
Richard Craig Meinardus ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Dave Sutton ... still photographer (uncredited)
Susie Tracy ... still photographer (uncredited)
Richard Tim Vanik ... camera operator (uncredited)
Bob Whitehead ... second grip (uncredited)
Roy Woodside ... best boy (uncredited)
Bob Wooten ... gaffer (uncredited)
Wilson Wooten ... lamp operator (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Luster Bayless ... costumes: men
Edith Head ... wardrobe: Miss Hepburn
Agnes G. Henry ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Robert Modes ... wardrobe (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Tony Bellina ... driver (uncredited)
Sam Bohegian ... driver (uncredited)
Del Brown ... driver (uncredited)
Henry Cura ... driver (uncredited)
Lucky DeRepentigny ... driver (uncredited)
Barney Fotheringham ... driver: Mr. Wayne (uncredited)
R. Hutchinson ... driver (uncredited)
G. Leverson ... driver (uncredited)
Jack Lloyd ... transportation captain (uncredited)
Calvin Masoner ... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
Marlin Schwiesow ... driver (uncredited)
Ernie Sharpp ... driver (uncredited)
John Steele ... driver (uncredited)
Alby Thomas ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Larry Avicola ... payroll (uncredited)
Howard Bates ... wrangler (uncredited)
John Bensberg ... craft service (uncredited)
John F. Buckley ... auditor (uncredited)
Jack Casey ... publicist (uncredited)
Pete D'Amato ... craft service (uncredited)
Margaret Giddens ... secretary: Mr. Nathan (uncredited)
Gale Goldfarb ... nurse (uncredited)
Monique James ... producer's assistant (uncredited)
Al Jank ... ramrod (uncredited)
Joe Lomax Sr. ... wrangler (uncredited)
Don McLaren ... projectionist (uncredited)
Ilsa Newman ... secretary: Mr. Wallis (uncredited)
Virginia Siman ... nurse (uncredited)
Paul Spahn ... wrangler (uncredited)
Pat Stacy ... secretary: Mr. Wayne (uncredited)
Ray Thomas ... wrangler (uncredited)
Jan Thompson ... production secretary (uncredited)
Ralph Volkie ... trainer: Mr. Wayne (uncredited)
Marvin Weldon ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Phyllis Wilbourne ... secretary: Mr. Hepburn (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A small village in the Indian Nation that is run by a Minister Goodnight and his daughter Eula is overrun by a band of drunken thugs. They kill and rape the people of the village. Miss Goodnight then teams up with the ruthless Marshal Rooster J. Cogburn who goes after them and bring them to justice. Written by Christopher D. Ryan

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Taglines The man of "True Grit" is back and look who's got him! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Rooster Cogburn (... and the Lady) (United States)
  • Rooster Cogburn: A Man of True Grit (United States)
  • Une bible et un fusil (France)
  • Mit Dynamit und frommen Sprüchen (Germany)
  • El rifle y la Biblia (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 108 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Richard Jordan later admitted he decided to overplay his part because he thought the movie was going to flop, and if anybody paid to see it then it would only be for the two stars. He also said he felt that Katharine Hepburn was about to die at any minute - ironically, she outlived him by a decade. See more »
Goofs When Miss Goodnight is reciting the 23rd Psalm she omits "thou anointest my head with oil". See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The John Wayne Anthology (1991). See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Eula: Reuben, I have to say it. Livin' with you has been an adventure any woman would relish for the rest o' time. I look at cha, with your burned out face and your big belly and your bear-like paws and your shining eye, and I have to say you're a credit to the whole male sex, and I'm proud to have ya for my friend.
Rooster Cogburn: I'll be damned if she didn't get the last word in again. Well...
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