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Kentucky Rifle (1956)

Kentucky Rifle

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In order to pass through Comanche territory, the stranded passengers of a West-bound wagon train must sell the Indians their rifles in this western from Carl Hittleman.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Western
Directed By: ,
Written By: Lee J. Hewitt, Carl Hittleman
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 28, 1990
Runtime:
Howco International

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Cast

Chill Wills
as Tobias Taylor
Lance Fuller
as Jason Clay
Jess Barker
as Daniel Foster
Cathy Downs
as Amy Connors
Jeanne Cagney
as Cordie Hay
Henry Hull
as Preacher Bently
John Alvin
as Luke Thomas
Rory Mallinson
as Indian Chief
George Keymas
as Interpreter
John Pickard
as Reuben Hay
Clyde Houck
as Clyde Thomas
I. Stanford Jolley
as Jed Williams
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This is a cheap western made before the really good TV westerns came out. It looked like a TV show. They had better stories on TV's Wagon Train. If you're going to have a pregnant character about to give birth, give her a belly to make her look pregnant. The story was supposed to take place in Commanche territory which is west Texas but it was filmed in Southern California desert country. By the time the wagon trains got to west Texas the Kentucky Rifle was obsolete. The Kentucky Rifle was used at the Alamo but was ineffective against the Commanche. The Texas Rangers gave them up in favor of the Colt Revolver. Also the precussion cap lock had replaced the flint lock during the Mexican War.

DECENT B WESTERN, GOOD CAST, INTERESTING PLOT. IT DOES HAVE IT'S CLICHE'S, BUT IT IS STILL PRETTY GOOD. IT NEVER BORED ME.

jazza923
James Higgins

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