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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Gunfighters (1947) DVD-R

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Starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, Bruce Cabot, Charley Grapewin,

Forrest Tucker

Directed by George Waggner



Print: color

Runtime: 87 min.

Genre: western

Print Quality: B



Zane Grey, that bottomless bounty of inspiration for Hollywood westerns,

wrote the novel upon which Gunfighters was based. Randolph Scott stars

as a gunslinger who's vowed to kill no more. He goes to work for a land

baron (Griff Barnett) who's been driving out neighboring ranchers by fair

means and foul. The baron's nice daughter (Dorothy Hart) falls for Scott,

while the girl's nastier sister (Barbara Britton) is obsessed by her father's

vicious henchman Bruce Cabot. Scott eventually chooses the right side

in the ranch war, leading to a showdown with Cabot--and the breaking of

his vow to never again fire a gun. Gunfighters was photographed in

Cinecolor, a process that produced pleasing reds and blues but ignored

yellows and greens.

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Starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, Bruce Cabot, Charley Grapewin,
Forrest Tucker
Directed by George Waggner

Print: color
Runtime: 87 min.
Genre: western
Print Quality: B

Zane Grey, that bottomless bounty of inspiration for Hollywood westerns,
wrote the novel upon which Gunfighters was based. Randolph Scott stars
as a gunslinger who's vowed to kill no more. He goes to work for a land
baron (Griff Barnett) who's been driving out neighboring ranchers by fair
means and foul. The baron's nice daughter (Dorothy Hart) falls for Scott,
while the girl's nastier sister (Barbara Britton) is obsessed by her father's
vicious henchman Bruce Cabot. Scott eventually chooses the right side
in the ranch war, leading to a showdown with Cabot--and the breaking of
his vow to never again fire a gun. Gunfighters was photographed in
Cinecolor, a process that produced pleasing reds and blues but ignored
yellows and greens.

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