Tom Horn (1980)

R  |   |  Crime, Drama, Romance

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A renowned former army scout is hired by ranchers to hunt down rustlers but finds himself on trial for the murder of a boy when he carries out his job too well. Tom Horn finds that the ... See full summary »


  • Steve McQueen and Linda Evans in Tom Horn (1980)
  • Steve McQueen at the preview of "Tom Horn" March 1980
  • Steve McQueen and Richard Farnsworth in Tom Horn (1980)
  • Steve McQueen in Tom Horn (1980)
  • Steve McQueen in Tom Horn (1980)

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Cast & Crew

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William Wiard


Thomas McGuane (screenplay), Bud Shrake (screenplay)

Did You Know?


Steve McQueen initially wanted to adapt Harold Pinter's play Old Times but First Artists insisted that he instead film this, a script they had owned for some time, as the final film in the star's three picture deal he had signed with them under Warner Bros.


Tom Horn: Sam, I never did see such a pasty-faced bunch of marshals.


In the opening sequence, the wording says, "In 1901 he drifted into Wyoming 'Territory'". Wyoming had been a state since 1890.


Plot Summary


Crime | Drama | Romance | Western

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