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Produced by Roger Corman, Gunslinger stars Corman's then-sweetheart Beverly Garland as tough lady-marshal Rose Hood. Dance-hall girl Erica Page (Allison Hayes), Rose's bitterest enemy, hires gunslinger Cane Miro (John Ireland) to bump off the marshal. When he falls in love with Rose, Cane is faced with the most delicate dilemma in his entire murderous career. Cheaply made, Gunslinger has a raw, dusty integrity often lacking in more expensive westerns. The best scenes involve the confrontations between Beverly Garland and Allison Hayes, two of the most fearsome females ever captured on celluloid. … More
as Cane Miro
as Rose Hood
as Erica Page
as Gideon Polk
as Jack Hays
as Joshua Tate
as Jimmy Tonto
as Zebelon Tabb
as Felicity Polk
as Scott Hood
as Nate Signo
as Tessie Belle
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The plot of this movie may remind you of Johnny Guitar, but Corman has his own low budget style, and the actors are good in this movie, so I enjoyed it.
Contains a time-traveling weirdo, which leads to one of my favorite MST3K host segments of all time.
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