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"A Gunfight" is a Western movie from 1971 directed by Lamont Johnson, starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- written by Harold Jack Bloom
- cinematography by David M. Walsh
- set decoration by Darrell Silvera
- genre: Western
- released on (43 years ago)
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a knife to a gunfight. 1988 Charlotte Observer 25 Feb.: [Eugene] Easter pulled a pistol and [Robert] Seibert a knife.... 'It was an old ...
by Jay Robert Nash
A gunfight ensued, during which the Taylor brothers shot and killed an army sergeant and fled town. With the excuse of hunting the fugitives, the Suttons stepped up the feud. On Aug. 23, 1869, a posse of Sutton Regulators led by Jack Helm ...
by Jan Onofrio
the mid-1 980's, including A Gunfight, North and South, and Stagecoach. Cash is still the overseer of a large business operation, which includes the House of Cash, a tourist attraction in Nashville; Songs of Cash Inc.; and Family of Man ...
Dictionary of Film Terms (2006)
The Aesthetic Companion to Film Art by Frank Eugene Beaver
a western whose story follows actual time and moves inexorably toward a gunfight, is not as episodic in plot construction.
by Martin Manser
gunfight n fight in which guns are used: When the police caught up with the fleeing robbers there was a gunfight in the street. gunfire ...
by John Hannavy
a gunfight took place across the street from the studio of Camillus Samuel Fly in Tombstone Arizona. Although now known as the “Gunfight at the OK Corral,” the gunfight between the Clantons and Wyatt Earp took place on some open land ...
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Nice place for a gunfight
Shot on a 1979 Canon AE1
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