The Marshal of Madrid (1971)

TV Movie   |  Not Rated   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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A series of murders leads to a border smuggling ring run by an oil magnate (James Gregory).



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21 August 2020 | girvsjoint
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| B grade 'Longmire'
Two episodes of the short lived TV series spliced together, a bit disjointed when viewed, the first notable mainly for an interesting performance by Bobby Darin as a fruitcake who imagines he's 'Billy the Kid', ends abruptly then goes into the second unrelated story with versatile character actor James Gregory as the bad guy. Glenn Ford plays Marshal Sam Cade with Edgar Buchanan as his number one deputy, Edgar was getting on by now, but good to see him in a more serious role than normal! Ford is his usual laid back self as an early 'Longmire' type modern day cowboy! The series was popular but didn't last long probably because of Ford's movie commitments?

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Genres

Action | Crime | Drama | Western

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Release Date:

1971

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Madrid, New Mexico, USA

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