These Thousand Hills (1959)

Director
Richard Fleischer

Main cast
Don Murray; Richard Egan; Lee Remick; Patricia Owens; Stuart Whitman

Genres
Drama, Western

Description
A cowboy (Don Murray) tries for easy money with his partner, then tries ranching with a saloon hostess's (Lee Remick) money.


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