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Director  Earl Bellamy
Music director  Hans J. Salter
Duration  
Language  English
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Western
Production  Universal Studios
Country  United States
Gunpoint (film) movie poster
Release date  1966 (1966)
Writer  Mary Willingham, Willard W. Willingham
Cast  Audie Murphy (Chad Lucas), Edgar Buchanan (Bull), Denver Pyle (Cap), David Macklin (Mark Emerson), Nick Dennis (Nicos), Royal Dano (Ode)
Similar movies  Audie Murphy appears in Gunpoint and Hell Bent For Leather

Gunpoint is a 1966 Technicolor Western film directed by Earl Bellamy starring Audie Murphy, Joan Staley and Warren Stevens.

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Plot

In a small town in 1880s Colorado, a gang of outlaws led by Drago (Morgan Woodward) rob a bank and kidnap a saloon singer, Uvalde (Joan Staley). The sheriff, Chad Lucas (Audie Murphy), forms a posse to take off after them, which includes Uvalde's fiancé, Nate Harlan (Warren Stevens), a young kid, and Lucas's deputy (Denver Pyle), who is secretly in league with the outlaws. During the chase, Nate realises that Chad and Uvalde used to be lovers. The posse battles Indians, horse thieves and conflicts among themselves before discovering Uvalde and defeating the gang.

Cast

  • Audie Murphy as Chad Lucas
  • Joan Staley as Uvalde
  • Warren Stevens as Nate Harlan
  • Edgar Buchanan as Bull
  • Denver Pyle as Cap Hold
  • David Macklin as Mark Emerson
  • Nick Dennis as Nicos
  • Royal Dano as Ode
  • Kelly Thordsen as Ab
  • Morgan Woodward as Drago
  • William Bramley as Hoag
  • Robert Pine as Mitchell
  • John Hoyt as Mayor Osborne
  • Ford Rainey as Tom Emerson
  • Mike Ragan as Zack
  • Roy Barcroft as Dr. Beardsley
  • Production

    The film was the last of seven Westerns Audie Murphy made with producer Gordon Kay starting with Hell Bent for Leather (1960).

    When Hedda Hopper asked him what the story was about, he told her "Same story only we're getting older horses". After making the movie, Murphy went to work in Europe for a number of years.

    References

    Gunpoint (film) Wikipedia
    Gunpoint (film) IMDb Gunpoint (film) themoviedb.org


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