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Crossfire Trail (21-Jan-2001)

Director: Simon Wincer

Writer: Charles Robert Carner

From novel by: Louis L'Amour

Keywords: Western

Made-for-TV movie.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wilford Brimley
Actor
27-Sep-1934   Grandfatherly actor, shill for Oatmeal Industry
Barry Corbin
Actor
16-Oct-1940   Maurice Minnifield on Northern Exposure
Mark Harmon
Actor
2-Sep-1951   NCIS
Brad Johnson
Actor
24-Oct-1959   Soldier of Fortune, Inc.
Christian Kane
Actor
27-Jun-1974   Lindsey McDonald on Angel
Rex Linn
Actor
13-Nov-1956   Det. Frank Tripp on CSI: Miami
Virginia Madsen
Actor
11-Sep-1961   Dune to Sideways
David O'Hara
Actor
9-Jul-1965   Braveheart
William Sanderson
Actor
10-Jan-1944   J.F. Sebastian in Blade Runner
Tom Selleck
Actor
29-Jan-1945   Magnum, P.I.

REVIEWS

Review by Dusty Balz (posted on 27-Apr-2007)

I really like this Western. Taken from a Louie La'mour story it delivers a great storyline of true Cowboy Spirit. Tom Selleck plays Rafe Covington a man of rock solid character. Rafe makes a promise to his dying friend Charlie Rodney that he would look after his ranch and his wife. Rafe travels to Wyoming to keep his promise to Charlie and quickly finds out the truth about how Charlie came to his death. Great scenery, music, the supporting characters are well cast and add to every scene. If you like Westerns, you'll really enjoy Crossfire Trail


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