Last Train From Gun Hill

Last Train From Gun Hill

DVD - 2004
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U.S. Marshal Matt Morgan vows to bring the killer of his wife to justice. However, the suspect is a cattle baron's son and Matt's longtime friend.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Home Entertainment, [2004]
ISBN: 9781415701911
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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Sep 09, 2014

One of my favorite westerns ever. "The Last Train From Gun Hill" has one of films best cowboys in Kirk Douglas. I know he doesn't fall into the John Wayne category, but he is just as tough a man. Here Kirk Douglas plays a sheriff who must bring to justice the son of a lifelong friend. Will he let his friendship stand in the way of justice? The entire cast is good from top to bottom. Anthony Quinn is the former friend of Kirk Douglas and Carolyn Jones is an admirer of both men. Great films need a great cinematographer and the man behind the camera here is Charles Lang. He shot many of Hollywood's most famous films like "Some Like It Hot", "Charade" and "The Magnificent Seven". All those who like a good western, this is going to be your cup of tea.
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Oct 15, 2012

Lawman Kirk Douglas and former best friend/cattle baron Anthony Quinn butt heads over Quinn's son, (Earl Holliman), a scumbag who, with his sidekick scumbag, raped and murdered Douglas' wife. Marshal Dimple Chin takes on all the Gun Hill goons, singlehandedly. Righteous, unexpected climax.


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Oct 15, 2012

Gun Hill (Good For Nothin') Sheriff Bartlett: "Far as I'm concerned, you can go out on the street and get yourself killed anytime you want to, but, you know something? Forty years from now the weeds'll grow just as pretty on my grave as they will on yours. Nobody'll even remember that I was yellow and you died like a fool. That's your long view, son. Always take the long view." Marshal Matt Morgan: "I've got two warrants, and I'm gonna serve them. I'm leavin' town with two men, and the long view is this: Don't try to stop me!"


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