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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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by Robert Hendrickson
shoot-out A gunfight, used in the West since the “Lead Age” of the gunfighter in the late 19th century. shoot plumb Shoot straight. “Shoot plumb, too. Noise don't kill Injuns.” (A. B. Guthrie Jr., The Big Sky, 1947) shoot today kill tomorrow rifle A ...
by Jan Onofrio
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 Music.
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 ...
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