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Once Upon a Texas Train ()


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An outlaw and a Texas Ranger Captain have a life-long personal feud, but twenty years later, with old-age settling in, they must put their differences aside in order to face the latest Texas problem, the youngest generation of outlaws.

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John Henry Lee
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Capt. Owen Hayes
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Cotton
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Nash Crawford
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Kelly Sutton
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Nitro Jones
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Jason Fitch
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Fargo Parker
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The Governor
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Charlie Lee
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George Asque
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Maggie
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Billy Bates
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Meg Boley
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Herald Fitch (as Harry Carey)
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John Young
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Bates Boley
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Old Timer (as Hank Warden)
John Calkins ...
John Brown
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Attendant
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Warden
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Telegrapher
John Furlong ...
Wid Miller (as John Purlong)

Directed by

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Burt Kennedy

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Burt Kennedy ... (written by)

Produced by

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Doreen Bergesen ... executive producer
George Englund Jr. ... associate producer (uncredited)
Burt Kennedy ... producer
Robert A. Papazian ... executive producer

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Arthur B. Rubinstein

Cinematography by

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Ken Lamkin ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Warner E. Leighton

Casting By

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Ross Brown ... (casting)
Mary West ... (casting)

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Bill Ross

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Cynthia T. Lewis ... (as Cynthia Trueman)

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Jody Lawrance ... makeup artist (as Jody Lawrence)
Alicia M. Tripi ... department head hair stylist / hair stylist (as Alicia Tripi)

Production Management

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Hal Galli ... production manager
Susan J. Spohr ... post-production supervisor (uncredited)

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Ray Marsh ... first assistant director
Stephen Southard ... second assistant director

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Allan Gordon ... property master
Steve Tatham ... swing gang (uncredited)

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Douglas B. Arnold ... sound mixer (as Doug Arnold)
Donald W. Ernst ... sound editor (as Don Ernst)
Paul J. Diller ... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Mark L. Mangino ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

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Casey Tibbs ... stunt coordinator
Jake Crawford ... stunts (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... stunts (uncredited)
Walter Scott ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... stunts (uncredited)

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Ted Shinneman ... key grip
Jerry Workman ... gaffer
John Earl Burnett ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Ray Padilla ... grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Le Dawson ... costumer: mens
Faye Sloan ... costumer: womens

Location Management

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Tom Lackey ... location manager (uncredited)
Jack N. Young ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Tom Brown ... music preparation
Warner E. Leighton ... music editor
Malcolm McNab ... trumpet soloist (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Lee Nowak ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Richard Lundin ... wrangler
Rodney Stone ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Captain Hayes of the Texas Rangers reached the pinnacle of his career when he captured the notorious John Henry, an outlaw cowboy, and put him behind bars. Twenty years later, upon his release, Henry is older, but unrepentant. Within six hours after leaving his jail cell, he evens the score with Hayes by holding up the Bank of Texas for twenty thousand dollars in gold. Hayes, in his fury, gets himself out of retirement to take up the chase once more. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Taglines Some men took money ... Some men took lives ... These men took both. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le dernier western (France)
  • Die 'Glorreichen' 9 (Germany)
  • Texas Train (Spain)
  • Cândva într-un tren din Texas (Romania)
  • Texas train (Norway)
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Trivia Ken Curtis who played the part of Festus Haggen in the western television series 'Gunsmoke' wore the hat of Doc Adams in this film. See more »
Goofs Texas never had a "territorial prison" because Texas was never a territory. Unlike nearly every other state, Texas was an independent sovereign republic, and became part of the United States of America after a treaty was negotiated between the two nations (i.e., the Republic of Texas and the United States of America). See more »
Movie Connections Follows The Over-the-Hill Gang (1969). See more »
Quotes Cotton: If you're trying to get on my good side, forget it. I haven't got one.
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