6.6 Rate This Jack Arnold 81 min English 6.4/10 Jay A. Morley Jr. Western, Action Film United States (Deputy Alec Longmire), Rory Calhoun (Caroline Murphy), Martha Hyer (Sheriff Jade Murphy), Dean Jagger (Rufus Henshaw), Robert Middleton Grant Williams (Chet Swann), (Maria) Lita Baron March 1956 (1956-03) Martin Berkeley (screenplay), Lewis B. Patten (novel) Out of Texas he rode INTO THE FURY OF DURANGO'S WILDEST HOUR! The Man from Bitter Ridge, Posse from Hell, No Name on the Bullet is a 1956 Red Sundown Technicolor Western film directed by Jack Arnold and starring Rory Calhoun.
Alec Longmire (Rory Calhoun), a gunfighter, decides to change his ways after nearly losing his life. He reforms, becoming a deputy to an honest sheriff, Jade Murphy (
Dean Jagger), and falling in love with the sheriff's daughter Caroline ( Martha Hyer). Rory Calhoun as Longmire Martha Hyer as Caroline Dean Jagger as Jade Murphy Robert Middleton as Rufus Henshaw Grant Williams as Chet Swann Lita Baron as Maria James Millican as Bud Purvis Trevor Bardette as Sam Baldwin Leo Gordon as Rod Zellman David Kasday as Hughie Clore Red Sundown Wikipedia
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