Cahill U.S. Marshal 1973

Cahill, United States Marshal

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A U.S. marshal (John Wayne) neglects his two sons and finds them mixed up with an outlaw (George Kennedy) in a bank robbery.

Cast

John Wayne
as J.D. Cahill
Neville Brand
as Lightfoot
Clay O'Brien
as Billy Joe Cahill
Marie Windsor
as Mrs. Green
Chuck Roberson
as Leader of Bunch
Morgan Paull
as Struther
Dan Vadis
as Brownie
Royal Dano
as MacDonald
Scott Walker
as Ben Tildy
Jackie Coogan
as Charlie Smith
Rayford Barnes
as Pee Wee Simser
Dan Kemp
as Joe Meehan
Walter Barnes
as Sheriff Grady
Paul Fix
as Old Man
Pepper Martin
as Hard Case
Hank Worden
as Undertaker
Murray MacLeod
as Dep. Gordine
Hunter von Leer
as Dep. Jim Kane
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Audience Reviews for Cahill U.S. Marshal

  • May 15, 2017
    As slow as watching hardening arteries, this is a kids movie made by yer great grandparents. Although there's talent here, and there is and plenty of it, it all seems past it. The most interesting part that remains then are the parts wherein the Duke tries to whitewash some of his own history: he tells a black man that he's no bigot. He tells his great grandson to treat a squaw with respect. It's as if the old guy is aware that time has marched on ... as soon he had to as well.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 06, 2010
    One of John Wayne's late westerns and you can tell that the golden era of the west is long bygone. Still, the Duke still got it and wouldn't it be for him, this movie would be mediocre at best. The story is another washup of the Rooser Cogburn characters, with the old Marshall standing alone against a bunch of bad guys (great as always, George Kennedy). However, the movie introduces a twist in the form of Marshall Cahill's two young sons who get entangled in the fight between good and evil and Cahill struggles to fulfill his duties on both ends, as a father and a Marshall. This adds a bit of depth to the role and the film but the story never leaves the area of the familiar and as such, the extra glazing of the cake quickly runs dry. Still, for fans of the Duke, this is a must and a better movie than many of his other late outputs. Wayne's son Michael produced this and no other than Andrew V. McClagen produced this. HX
    Henrik S Super Reviewer
  • Aug 26, 2007
    Absolutely of the Duke's western so John Wayne and George Kennedy (as the chief baddie) made wonderful performances.
    Dean M Super Reviewer
  • Jun 17, 2007
    Is it just me or are all 70's movies simplistic? John Wayne ignores his kids who get in trouble who get rescued by John Wayne who promises to pay more attention to his kids.
    Red L Super Reviewer

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