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Along the Great Divide (16-May-1951)

Director: Raoul Walsh

Writers: Walter Doniger; Lewis Meltzer

Original Music by: David Buttolph

Producer: Anthony Veiller

Keywords: Western

A young Kirk Douglas is a U.S. Marshal who has stopped a lynching and promises to deliver a suspected murderer, a cattle rustler played by Walter Brennan, to the nearest court of competent jurisdiction, which happens to be across the desert. Certain parties do not want this to happen. Film drags a little bit, Walter Brennan is outstanding; excellent western scenery.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Agar
Actor
31-Jan-1921 7-Apr-2002 Sands of Iwo Jima
James Anderson
Actor
13-Jul-1921 14-Sep-1969 To Kill a Mockingbird
Morris Ankrum
Actor
27-Aug-1896 2-Sep-1964 Invaders from Mars
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Virginia Mayo
Actor
30-Nov-1920 17-Jan-2005 South Sea Woman
Hugh Sanders
Actor
13-Mar-1911 9-Jan-1966 Character actor
Ray Teal
Actor
12-Jan-1902 2-Apr-1976 Sheriff Roy Coffee on Bonanza

CAST

Kirk Douglas   ...   Len Merrick
Virginia Mayo   ...   Ann Keith
John Agar   ...   Billy Shear
Walter Brennan   ...   Pop Keith
with
Ray Teal   ...   Lou Gray
Hugh Sanders   ...   Frank Newcombe
Morris Ankrum   ...   Ed Roden
James Anderson   ...   Dan Roden
Charles Meredith   ...   The Judge

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