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The Last Sunset (7-Jun-1961)

Director: Robert Aldrich

Writer: Dalton Trumbo

From novel: Sundown at Crazy Horse by Howard Rigsby

Music: Ernest Gold

Producers: Eugene Frenke; Edward Lewis

Keywords: Western

Two men, Brendan O'Malley and Dana Stribling, the former a wanted fugitive and latter a lawman pursuing him, temporarily suspend their differences when they are hired by the Breckenridge family, expatriate Southerners in Mexico, to drive a herd of cattle northward to Texas. Romantic complications ensue, arising from the status of the Breckenridge's 16-year-old daughter.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Neville Brand
Actor
13-Aug-1920 16-Apr-1992 Birdman of Alcatraz
Joseph Cotten
Actor
15-May-1905 6-Feb-1994 Jedidiah Leland in Citizen Kane
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Jack Elam
Actor
13-Nov-1918 20-Oct-2003 The Sundowners
Rock Hudson
Actor
17-Nov-1925 2-Oct-1985 Ice Station Zebra
Carol Lynley
Actor
13-Feb-1942   Return to Peyton Place
Dorothy Malone
Actor
30-Jan-1925   Written on the Wind
Regis Toomey
Actor
13-Aug-1898 12-Oct-1991 Burke's Law

CAST

Rock Hudson   ...   Dana Stribling
Kirk Douglas   ...   Brendan O'Malley
Dorothy Malone   ...   Belle Breckenridge
Joseph Cotten   ...   John Breckenridge
Carol Lynley   ...   Missy Breckenridge
Neville Brand   ...   Frank Hobbs
Regis Toomey   ...   Milton Wing
Rad Fulton   ...   Julesburg Kid
Adam Williams   ...   Calverton
Jack Elam   ...   Ed Hobbs
John Shay   ...   Bowman

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