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Appaloosa (5-Sep-2008)

Director: Ed Harris

Writers: Ed Harris; Robert Knott

From novel by: Robert Parker

Keywords: Western

Two hired guns in a troubled Western town contend with the arrival of a tantalizing young widow.

ABSTRACT
Everett Hitch and Virgil Cole are friends and skilled sharpshooters, making their trade as hired policemen for lawless outposts of the Old West. Their latest assignment takes them to Appaloosa, a town in the New Mexico Territory fraught with violence ever since monied outlaw Randall Bragg rode into town and began killing lawmen. Randall soon proves to be the least of our pair's problems with the sudden arrival of Allison French, a smart, level-headed, easy-on-the-eyes widow who serves as an enigmatic distraction for the duo as they struggle to carry out the work that brought them to Appaloosa in the first place.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bower
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1938   Dr. Curtis Willard on The Waltons
James Gammon
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20-Apr-1940 16-Jul-2010 American Character Actor
Ariadna Gil
Actor
23-Jan-1969   Pan's Labyrinth
Ed Harris
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28-Nov-1950   The Rock
Lance Henriksen
Actor
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Jeremy Irons
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19-Sep-1948   Dead Ringers
Rex Linn
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13-Nov-1956   Det. Frank Tripp on CSI: Miami
Viggo Mortensen
Actor
20-Oct-1958   Aragorn in Lord of the Rings
Timothy Spall
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27-Feb-1957   Auf Wiedersehen, Pet
Renée Zellweger
Actor
25-Apr-1969   Bridget Jones' Diary

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