The Proud Ones (1956)

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A small Kansas town braces itself for the arrival of the first Texas trail herd. The marshal (Robert Ryan) expects trouble from the herd drivers, who'll be thirsty and lascivious after months on the trail. The town's saloon owner (Robert Middleton), anticipating a business boom, wants to remove the marshal and thus leave the town wide open. The marshal can expect little help from his deputy (Jeffrey Hunter), whose father was killed by the lawman. The Proud Ones builds slowly to an explosive climax, in which the deputy chooses the right side and Law & Order is maintained. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Classics , Drama , Western
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Studio:
Fox

Cast

Robert Ryan
as Marshal Cass Silver
Jeffrey Hunter
as Thad Anderson
Robert Middleton
as Honest John Barrett
Arthur O'Connell
as Jim Dexter, Deputy
George Mathews
as Dillon, Saloon Manager
Fay Roope
as Markham
Edward Platt
as Dr. Barlow
Whit Bissell
as Mr. Bolton
Paul E. Burns
as Billy Smith, Town Drunk
Frank Gerstle
as Tim the Bartender
Charles Tannen
as 2nd Foreman
Lois Ray
as Belle
Jack Low
as Guard
Ken Terrell
as The Weasel
Don Brodie
as Hotel Clerk
Ed Mundy
as Saloon Barker
Jackie Coogan
as Man on Make
Harry Carter
as Houseman
Steve Darrell
as Trail Boss
Mary Thomas
as Waitress
Jonni Paris
as Waitress
Steven Darrell
as Trail Boss
I. Stanford Jolley
as Crooked Card Player
Ken Clark
as Pike
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High quality compact western with good production values and an excellent cast. Robert Ryan, a tremendous actor, is fine as a man on the right side of the law here. For someone who could play venality like few others he was equally adapt at portraying men of conscience due to an inner core of integrity. The rest of the cast is full of familiar faces doing good work although Virginia Mayio is wasted again.

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