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Cave of Outlaws

  • Drama
  • Western
  • 1951
  • William Castle
  • 75 mins
  • PG

Summary

Western starring Macdonald Carey. Having served a prison sentence for robbery, Pete Carver decides to go back for the hidden loot. But someone is on his trail.

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Review

A star rating of 2 out of 5.

Long before William Castle hit his stride as the maker of gimmick horror films and ultimately achieved quality status as producer of the classic Rosemary's Baby, he cut his teeth directing B features, invariably minor swashbucklers or routine westerns such as this. The only distinguishing feature here is the location usage of New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns (the caves of the title) where the climactic shoot-out takes place. The Technicolor is rich, but Alexis Smith is sadly wasted and Macdonald Carey is too bland in the lead. For western fans only.

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Credits

Cast

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Pete CarverMacdonald Carey
Liz TrentAlexis Smith
DobbsEdgar Buchanan
Ben CrossVictor Jory
GarthHugh O'Brian
CooleyHouseley Stevenson
Job DelanceyCharles Horvath
Jed DelanceyJimmy Van Horn
JonesTim Graham
WhiteyClem Fuller

Crew

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DirectorWilliam Castle

Details

Theatrical distributor
General Film Dist Ltd
Languages
English
Formats
Colour
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