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3:10 to Yuma (7-Sep-2007)

Director: James Mangold

Writers: Michael Brandt; Derek Haas; Halsted Welles

From short story by: Elmore Leonard

Keywords: Western

A rancher engages in a mind-bending battle of wits with an outlaw awaiting a train headed to a court date in Yuma.

ABSTRACT
Remake of 3:10 to Yuma (1957). Dan Evans, a rancher in the Old West, heads to his hometown of Bisbee to finalize the sale of his ranch just as notorious outlaw Ben Wade attempts a stagecoach robbery. When Wade is captured in Bisbee, he is remanded into the custody of a highly reluctant Evans, thrust into an action-packed standoff with the man appointed as one of his "escorts" for a 3:10 train bound to a court appearance in Yuma.

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