Gun Glory (1957)

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A gunfighter defends his town when cattlemen threaten to destroy it by stampeding cattle through the farmlands.


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1 August 2006 | RanchoTuVu
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The story of peace-loving farmers and townspeople fighting for land, water, law and order, and the respect and ultimate subjugation of the long entrenched cattle interests and their hired guns had been worked over better in earlier (Shane) and probably later films as well. There's some good action scenes and the general layout of the story, excluding a disappointing ending, is well executed. Law and order and religion have established roots in the town, but the old order of cattle drives, cowboys, and gunslingers is still around as well. The clash of the two occurs in a nicely staged ambush scene where the townsmen ride right into a trap. Granger, an ex-gunfighter, plays the guy who is shunned by the very townspeople who need his expertise with a gun.

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Release Date:

5 August 1957

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

California, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$1,707,000 (estimated)

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