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Fort Worth

Fort Worth

Edwin L Marin (1951)

80min
U Certificate
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Review

Our Score
The last film of veteran director Edwin L Marin (Show Business, Johnny Angel) is little more than a routine western, with a fairly innocuous plot that deals with the coming of newsprint to the west. Rugged Randolph Scott makes a most unlikely newspaper editor, and his predictable reversion to gunplay denudes the movie of any real suspense. But it's never less than watchable, despite a substandard supporting cast and colourless leading ladies in Phyllis Thaxter and Warner contractee Helena Carter.

Summary

A former gunman starts a new life as the editor of a newspaper in a small Texan town, but clashes with a powerful land baron whose underhand dealings he is about to expose. Tension escalates further when an enemy from the past rides into town, leaving him with no choice but to buckle on his six-guns one more time. Western drama, starring Randolph Scott, Phyllis Thaxter and David Brian.

Cast & Crew

Ned Britt Randolph Scott
Blair Lunsford David Brian
Flora Talbot Phyllis Thaxter
Amy Brooks Helena Carter
Luther Wick Dickie Jones
Gabe Clevenger Ray Teal
Castro Paul Picerni
Director Edwin L Marin
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Warner Bros Pictures Ltd Guidance: Edited for violence.

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