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Bat Masterson's old friend Billy Burns convinces him to become marshal of Liberal, Kansas and help the residents fight drought and a destructive range war.
The American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films, 1941-1950, incorrectly omits sixth-credited Damnation Alley (1977) as Logan Maury, and mixes up the roles played by Billy House, Virginia Sale and Harry Woods. They are correct as listed in the cast listing here (after being advised of the error, the American Film Institute added Brodie to the cast list and now has the correct list in its catalog).
I hope that's the last of them.
Billy Burns: Well, it ain't. I'm bettin' before you know it, this town'll be hotter'n a two dollar pistol on the Fourth of July.
Although there was a drought in the area of Liberal, Kansas, located in Seward County, Kansas, Masterson was not a U.S. Marshal there. He was elected sheriff of Ford County. He was elected in 1877 and subsequently voted out in 1879. His brother Ed Masterson, not Bat, was marshal of Dodge City.
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