Nora Rogers, who grew up to become journalist and writer Adela Rogers St. John, had a unique view of the law practice of her celebrated and notorious father Earl Rogers, who was st the top ... See full summary »
I don't think you understood who I am, mister.
Oh, we understand who you are. You're a horse's ass lawman who has just lost his badge. So I guess that just makes you a plain old horse's ass, doesn't it?
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Border Shootout(AKA Law at Randado) is based upon an excellent western novel written by the great Elmore Leonard. Glenn Ford, looking older and still wiser, has top billing --- but his rugged lawman is relegated to a supporting role.
The cast also features Michael Ansara as a Native-American tracker and Dallas' Charlene Tilton as a love interest. The screenplay is well-paced, yet lacks the suspense and prose of the best-selling novel. The cast seems very polished, with the great Glenn Ford proving as feisty as ever. Not a great film, but Glenn Ford fans will enjoy this one.
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