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The Texican

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Deputy Jess Carlin (Audie Murphy) leaves his Texas hometown in disgrace, framed by corrupt saloon owner Luke Starr (Broderick Crawford) for a crime he didn't commit. When his brother, muckraking newspaper editor Roy Carlin (Víctor Vilanova), is murdered after printing an exposé of Starr's crooked deals, Carlin returns home from the Mexican border town where he's been holed up and enlists his brother's fiancée (Luz Márquez) and saloon dancer Kit O'Neal (Diana Lorys) to bring Starr down.

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  • Dec 20, 2011
    I actually enjoyed this Western.It's not the best but after awhile it'll grow on you & it turns out pretty good.I really liked Broderick Crawford as John Starr.He was great as the evil town leader having his gang kill anybody who stands in his way.You'll probably root for him to get what's coming to him in the end
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  • Dec 02, 2011
    not bad but it could of been better.. not really worth watching it unless you love western movies. The acting was great.. but the storyline was a little dull
    Paul A Super Reviewer

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