DAY OF THE OUTLAW
DIRECTED BY ANDRE DE TOTH
SECURITY PICTURES INC.
INFORMATION FROM IMDb
Cowboys and ranchers have to put their differences aside when a gang of outlaws, led by army captain Jack Bruhn, decide to spend the night in a little Western town.
Written by Mattias Thuresson
Robert Ryan ... Blaise Starrett
Burl Ives ... Jack Bruhn
Tina Louise ... Helen Crane
Alan Marshal ... Hal Crane
Venetia Stevenson ... Ernine, Vic's Daughter
David Nelson ... Gene, Bruhn's Gang
Nehemiah Persoff ... Dan, Starret's Foreman
Jack Lambert ... Tex (Bruhn's gang)
Frank DeKova ... Denver, Bruhn's Gang (as Frank deKova)
Lance Fuller ... Pace, Bruhn's Gang
Elisha Cook Jr. ... Larry Teter (town barber) (as Elisha Cook)
Dabbs Greer ... Doc Langer, Veterinarian
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Mrs. Preston (as Betsey Jones-Moreland)
Helen Westcott ... Vivian
Donald Elson ... Vic, General Store Owner
Robert Cornthwaite ... Tommy Preston, Wyoming Hotel Owner
Michael McGreevey ... Bobby, Vic's Son (as Mike McGreevey)
and many more...
André De Toth
Lee E. Wells ... (novel)
Philip Yordan ... (screenplay)
Leon Chooluck ... associate producer
Sidney Harmon ... producer
Philip Yordan ... producer (uncredited)
Russell Harlan ... director of photography
The stacks of precisely-cut firewood that are often seen in the village must have been made by using C20th machinery.
At numerous times when they are going through the mountains, it is obvious that the horses are walking in plowed trenches.
In the town there are puddles of water when everything else is frozen.
None of the horses has a winter coat of hair.
At the end of the movie it is supposed to be so cold that the two remaining baddies die of hypothermia. Judging by the breaths of both horses or the men the weather is not really that bad. In fact, numerous times there is no visible vapor at all.
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