Along the Great Divide (16-May-1951)
Director: Raoul Walsh
Writers: Walter Doniger; Lewis Meltzer
Original Music by: David Buttolph
Producer: Anthony Veiller
A young Kirk Douglas is a U.S. Marshal who has stopped a lynching and promises to deliver a suspected murderer, a cattle rustler played by Walter Brennan, to the nearest court of competent jurisdiction, which happens to be across the desert. Certain parties do not want this to happen. Film drags a little bit, Walter Brennan is outstanding; excellent western scenery.
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