DIRECTED, PRODUCED & WRITTEN BY SAMUEL FULLER
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION
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An authoritarian rancher, Barbara Stanwyck, who rules an Arizona county
with her private posse of hired guns.
When a new marshall arrives to set things straight, the cattle queen finds herself falling,
brutally for the avowedly non-violent lawman.
Both have itchy-fingered brothers, a female gunman enters the picture, and things go desperately wrong. Written by Anonymous
Barbara Stanwyck ... Jessica Drummond
Barry Sullivan ... Griff Bonnell
Dean Jagger ... Sheriff Ned Logan
John Ericson ... Brockie Drummond
Gene Barry ... Wes Bonnell
Robert Dix ... Chico Bonnell
Jidge Carroll ... Barney Cashman
Paul Dubov ... Judge Macy
Gerald Milton ... Shotgun Spanger
Ziva Rodann ... Rio
Hank Worden ... Marshal John Chisum
Neyle Morrow ... Wiley
Chuck Roberson ... Howard Swain
Chuck Hayward ... Charlie Savage
Sandy Wirth ... Chico's Girlfriend (as Sandra Wirth)
Eve Brent ... Louvenia Spanger
Eddie Parks ... Sexton (uncredited)
Joseph F. Biroc
Condemned in the US because of its brutal handling of the narrative, but praised in Europe for its stylistic vigor.
Barbara Stanwyck's stunt woman refused to allow herself to be dragged along a street by a horse, saying that it was too dangerous. Without further ado Stanwyck did it by herself. She got some bruises and scrapes, but was okay. At that time Stanwyck was 49 years old.
Although the on-screen credit for Eve Brent reads "and introducing", actually she had already appeared in several earlier films as Jean Ann Lewis.
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