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The Ballad of Lefty Brown ()


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A thrilling and action-packed Western, The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a story about loyalty, friendship, and the relentless pursuit of justice.

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Cast

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Lefty Brown
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Edward Johnson
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Noah DeBow
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Laura Johnson
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Oak (as Joseph Anderson)
Tyson Gerhardt ...
Irish William
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Billy Kitchen
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Frank Baines
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Tom Harrah
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Jimmy Bierce
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Jeremiah Perkins
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Thaddeus Crobley
Dillinger Steele ...
Doc
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Biscuit
Seth Carlin ...
Tanner
Tony Hernandez ...
Bartender
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Red Blake
Nathan McTague ...
Karl
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Frank (voice)
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Townsperson / Country Girl (uncredited)
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Cowboy (uncredited)
Josiah Burdick ...
Cowboy / Townsperson (uncredited)
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Virgil (uncredited)
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Townsperson (uncredited)
Scott McCauley ...
Towns Person (uncredited)
Erik P. Resel ...
Cowboy (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jared Moshe

Written by

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Jared Moshe ... (writer)
 
Jared Moshe ... ()

Produced by

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Neda Armian ... producer
Niraj Bhatia ... executive producer
Dan Burks ... producer
Ryan Lewis ... consulting producer
Jared Moshe ... producer
Eleanor Nett ... co-producer
Edward Parks ... producer
Rachel Ward ... co-producer
Allison Whitmer ... line producer

Music by

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H. Scott Salinas

Cinematography by

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David McFarland ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Terel Gibson

Editorial Department

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Paul A. Byrne ... colorist
Ayanna Hart ... digital intermediate producer
William B. Macomber ... finishing supervisor
Matthew Nordby ... assistant on-line editor
Tony Shek ... on-line editor
Christopher Young ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Sunday Boling
Meg Morman
Sylvie Yarza ... voice casting director

Production Design by

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Eve McCarney

Set Decoration by

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Tessla Hastings

Costume Design by

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Jonny Pray

Makeup Department

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Nina Alviar ... makeup artist
Melissa Ferreira ... hair department head / makeup department head
Arlene Martinez ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Eleanor Nett ... post-production supervisor
Jeri Rafter ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Kether Abeles ... second assistant director
Eric LaFranchi ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Annie Brandt ... property master
Ruben Chavez ... set dresser
Mike Johnson ... leadman
Lauren Monroe ... assistant property master
Logan Muller ... swing
Lauren Norby ... set dresser
Jordan Osbon ... swing
Alexandra Weston ... on-set dresser

Sound Department

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Ryan Briley ... supervising adr & dialogue editor
Cesar Davila-Irizarry ... sound effects editor
Luke Deardoff ... assistant sound editor
Robert Dehn ... sound studio manager
Heidi DuBose ... boom operator
Troy William Dunn ... sound mixer
Jason Gaya ... re-recording mixer
Kristen Hirlinger ... dialogue editor
Paul B. Knox ... sound effects editor (as Paul Knox)
Jesus Lopez ... foley mixer
Bryan Parker ... supervising sound editor
Vicki Vandegrift ... foley artist
Gerry Vazquez ... assistant sound editor
Taylor Westerfield ... assistant sound editor
Maiah Wynne ... sound utility
Sylvie Yarza ... dubbing director

Special Effects by

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Melissa Ferreira ... special effects
Ray Heiser ... special effects coordinator
Arlene Martinez ... special effects makeup

Visual Effects by

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Patrick Bramley ... digital compositor
Kritteka Gregory ... visual effects artist
Siddhartha Maganti ... visual effects producer
Gokul Mahajan ... visual effects coordinator
Anjan Mar ... digital compositor
Scott Mitchell ... visual effects supervisor
Pydi Naidu ... digital compositor
Subodh Narwade ... digital compositor
Vincent Vu Nguyen ... digital compositor
Hari Prasad ... digital compositor
Krishna Reddy ... digital compositor
Narender Reddy ... digital compositor
Raja Reddy ... visual effects coordinator
Vamshi Reddy ... digital compositor
Habbebul Rehman ... digital compositor
Sainath Yadav ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Darrell Davis ... stunts
Con Schell ... stunt double: Bill Pullman

Camera and Electrical Department

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Drew Barnett ... film loader
Nick Behrmann ... electrician
Anne Carson ... "b" camera / first assistant camera "b" camera
Dylan Conrad ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
J.P. Gabriel ... grip and lighting equipment filmlites montana
John Gorman ... gaffer
Tyler Grutsch ... grip
Isaac Guy ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Samuel Kemp ... fixture foreman
Taylor Lennox ... camera utility
Ezra Olson ... still photographer
Casey Lynn Stuckey ... electrician
Benjamin Verhulst ... steadicam operator
Taylor Vohs ... key grip

Casting Department

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Tina Buckingham ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Amanda Jenkins ... key set costumer
Sandra Lopez Pavesi ... set costumer
Yvonne Reddy ... costumer

Music Department

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Matthew Atticus Berger ... composer: additional music / musician: guitar, banjo, vocals
Peter Fuchs ... scoring mixer
Norman Kim ... composer: additional music
Gina Luciani ... flute soloist
Arturo Rodriguez ... orchestrator
Logan Stahley ... additional orchestration / trumpet
Casey Stone ... score mixed by

Other crew

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Lexi Anastasia ... production assistant
John Ansotegui ... snake wrangler
Jerry L. Dasti ... legal counsel
Benjamin Dawley-Anderson ... stand-in: Bill Pullman
Whitney Decock ... production assistant
Ray Heiser ... Historical consultant / armorer
J.D. Jacoby ... assistant production coordinator
Kate Kelly ... props buyer
John Kirby ... acting coach
Sandra M. Kraft ... production accountant
Kathleen McInnis ... Publicity Consultant
Michelle Musser ... assistant to the producers
Luke Pastor ... office production assistant
Colin Scott ... key pa (as Colin S. Scott) / paramedic / set medic (as Colin S. Scott)
Anouar H. Smaine ... dubbing voice
Alexis Tucker ... legal counsel
Zerah Turbitt ... horse wrangler
Bekki Vallin ... production coordinator
Alana Waksman ... assistant to the director
Sylvie Yarza ... dubbing voice: adr voices

Thanks

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John Ansotegui ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

When cowboy Lefty Brown witnesses the murder of his longtime partner, the newly-elected Senator Edward Johnson, he strikes out to find the killers and avenge his friend's cold-blooded murder. Tracking the outlaws across the vast and desolate Montana plains, Lefty stumbles across a young wannabe gunslinger, Jeremiah, and an old friend, a former hard-drinking pal turned U.S. Marshall, to help deliver the men to justice. After a gunfight with the outlaws leaves Jeremiah wounded, Lefty returns home with the names of Johnson's killers only to find that he is being accused of his friend's murder by the governor. With the tables turned Lefty must evade the law, get the Marshall to stop drinking again, and prove his innocence by exposing the powerful men ultimately responsible for Johnson's death. Written by AsH edited by Richardh120

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Taglines He never wanted to be the hero. See more »
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Also Known As
  • La balade de Lefty Brown (France)
  • La balada de Lefty Brown (Spain)
  • Баллада о Лефти Брауне (Russia)
  • Lefty Brown'un Türküsü (Turkey, Turkish title)
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Runtime
  • 111 min
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Box Office

Budget $8,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $5,559, 17 Dec 2017

Did You Know?

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Trivia The town scenes late in the film were shot in the ghost town of Bannack, now a Montana State Park. Bannack was the first capital of the Montana Territory and did have a brief history of vigilante hangings, and while the governor was not hanged, one of the sheriffs was, the infamous Henry Plummer. Many buildings from the 1800s remain in Bannack, including the brick Hotel Meade. See more »
Goofs Although Lefty does not appear to be left-handed -- he shoots right handed, rides right-handed (holding the reins in his left hand so that his right hand is free), and wears his sidearm on the left side, butt forward, so that he can draw it with his right hand -- he could have gotten the nickname for some other characteristic or habit. See more »
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