Earl Bellamy (1966)

PG Certificate


Our Score
A late Audie Murphy vehicle, with the ageing baby-faced war hero playing a sheriff trying to capture a gang of train robbers who have taken a saloon girl hostage. Murphy is always watchable and there's expert support from grizzled western veterans Denver Pyle and Edgar Buchanan, but this unoriginal movie is little better than TV fodder. Director Earl Bellamy makes good use of his locations, but otherwise the low budget is very evident.


A sheriff tries to stop a train robbery, but is shot by his own treacherous deputy. Recovering from his wounds, he assembles a posse to bring the outlaws to justice, acquiring an uneasy ally in a saloon owner in love with a dancehall singer the fugitives have taken hostage. Western, starring Audie Murphy and Joan Stanley.

Cast & Crew

Chad Lucas Audie Murphy
Uvalde Joan Stanley
Nate Harlan Warren Stevens
Bull Edgar Buchanan
Cap Denver Pyle
Mark Emerson David Macklin
Nicos Nick Dennis
Ode Royal Dano
Director Earl Bellamy
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: Rank Film Dists LtdAvailable on: video