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Seven Ways from Sundown (1960)

Seven Ways from Sundown

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Seven Ways from Sundown is a well-wrought western by director Harry Keller, starring Audie Murphy in the title role (his character's "first" name is the same as the title). Young "Seven" is a talented but novice Texas Ranger who is in the process of learning the tricks of the trade from veteran Ranger Sergeant Hennessey (John McIntire). The two are currently hunting down the flamboyant outlaw Jim Flood (Barry Sullivan), crafty enough not only to elude them, but to take a surprise offensive against them as well. In the end, it will take all of "Seven's" abilities to capture the wanted criminal. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Clair Huffaker
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Cast

Audie Murphy
as Seven Ways From Sund...
Barry Sullivan
as Jim Flood
Venetia Stevenson
as Joy Karrington
John McIntire
as Texas Ranger Sergean...
Kenneth Tobey
as Texas Ranger Lieuten...
Ken Lynch
as Graves
Ward Ramsey
as Fogarty
Fred Graham
as Chief Waggoner
Dale Van Sickel
as 2nd Waggoner
Sue Lloyd
as Lucinda
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Critic Reviews for Seven Ways from Sundown

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Low-budget routine Western, that has only the charisma of Audie Murphy going for it.

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Audience Reviews for Seven Ways from Sundown

A different kind of revenge themed Western: out after his brother's killer, American hero Audie Murphy is surprised to discover that he actually likes the bugger, played with suave charm by Barry Sullivan. Slow moving by modern standards but well played.

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