Last Train From Gun Hill (1959)
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Just outside the small town of Pauley, a Native American woman is attacked by two riders on horseback, raped, and killed. Her husband, Matt Morgan (Kirk Douglas), the town marshal, has only two clues to their identity, a fancy saddle with the initials "C.B." that one of the men left behind, and the fact that his wife cut one of the two men deep across the cheek with a buggy whip. Morgan traces the saddle to Craig Belden (Anthony Quinn), an old friend and now a wealthy rancher in the town of Gun
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Western stressing suspense, with some vivid characters and conversations.
The drama is shallow and forced, though admittedly somewhat entertaining.
Mantendo um clima de tensão constante, o filme promove o duelo não apenas entre o xerife Morgan e seu amigo Belden, mas também entre seus dois excepcionais intérpretes: Kirk Douglas e Anthony Quinn.
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