Murphy plays ex-lawman who must strap on the guns again to catch a former nemesis, McGavin, who happens to be the ex husband of Murphy's wife and father of the boy that believes he's Murphy's son.Written by
It was while filming this movie that Alan Hale Jr. got his casting call for Gilligan's Island (1964). He had to ride out of Zion National Park in Zion's Canyon, Utah on horseback to the highway and hitchhike to Las Vegas to fly out to the interview. See more »
Nobody's gun is ever on anybody's side out of plain kindness of heart. A man's nature is too pure cussed for that.
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A lesser Audie Murphy Western vehicle starring a bunch of TV actors in this tale of a robbery gone wrong & the retired law man reinstated to catch the culprits who did it. A posse catches up w/the thieves led by Darren McGavin (from The Night Stalker) & makes the trip home to bring them to justice when greed gets into the eyes of the good guys who decide to off the baddies & take the loot for themselves. Of course Murphy will have nothing to do w/it & must eventually team up w/McGavin to throw a wrench into their plans. Posse members include Alan Hale (Skipper from Gilligan's Island) & Edward Platt (Chief from Get Smart) & while the movie is an easily digestible 80 minutes or so, one wonders what a better script/director could've done w/this tired material.
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