GenreWestern CinematographyWilliam V. Skall WriterRichard Schayer LanguageEnglish
Release date1 July 1952 Based onstory by Frank Gruber CastGeorge Montgomery (Bret Ivers / Iverson), Karin Booth (Julie Hanson), Jerome Courtland (Larry Galland), William Bishop (Silver Kirby), Richard Egan (Strap Galland alias Gillis), Don Porter (Denver Jones) Similar moviesCity Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold, The Far Country, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Looper, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Kelly's Heroes
TaglineFor every man who struck gold - a hundred tried to take it away from him
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Cripple Creek is a 1952 United States Technicolor Western film based on a story by Frank Gruber.It is 78 minutes long and was released on July 1, 1952. Directed by Ray Nazarro and written by Richard Schayer, it stars George Montgomery, Jerome Courtland, and Richard Egan.
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It's 1893 and gold is being smuggled out of the country. Instead of stealing gold bars, the outlaws are stealing high grade ore, having it smelted, and then having it plated to look like lead. The Government sends agents Bret (George Montgomery) and Larry (Jerome Courtland) who arrive in Cripple Creek posing as Texas gunfighters. While their partner, Strap (Richard Egan) works on the inside as an informant, Bret finds the smelting operation and Larry learns of the payoff. The crooked town Marshal is suspicious of the two men. The reply of his inquiry to Texas exposes them, putting their lives in danger.