Man of the West (1958)

Director
Anthony Mann

Main cast
Gary Cooper; Julie London; Lee J. Cobb; Arthur O'Connell; Jack Lord

Genres
Action, Western

Description
Heading east to Fort Worth to hire a schoolteacher for his frontier town home, Link Jones is stranded with singer Billie Ellis and gambler Sam Beasley when their train is held up. For shelter, Jones leads them to his nearby former home, where he was brought up an outlaw. Finding the gang still living in the shack, Jones pretends to be ready to return to a life crime.


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