Man with the Gun (DVD)
Directed by Richard Wilson
Ted de Corsia
Mastered in HD! When justice requires drastic measures... he's the man for the Job! Screen legend Robert Mitchum (The Wonderful Country) fights to win back the love of a fiery and beautiful woman (Jan Sterling, The High and the Mighty) while he's gunning down outlaws in this hard-hitting western classic. When Clint Tollinger (Mitchum) rides into Sheridan City, the only thing he's looking for is Nelly Bain (Sterling). But what he finds is a town in trouble! A gang of murderous gunmen is driving farmers off their land in a brutal attempt to gain control of the city. Frightened and helpless, the citizens hire Tollinger, a notorious "town-tamer", to help them. The strong supporting cast includes Henry Hull (Werewolf of London), Ted de Corsia (The Killing), Claude Akins (Comanche Station) and Angie Dickinson (Young Billy Young). Top-notch cinematography by Lee Garmes (Duel in the Sun) and a rousing score by Alex North (Spartacus) - directed by Richard Wilson (Invitation to a Gunfighter).
DVD Extras Include:
Trailers for Young Billy Young, Man with the Gun and Wonderful Country
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