Duel at Diablo (1966) was a Action - War Film directed by Ralph Nelson and produced by Ralph Nelson and Fred Engel.
James Garner and Sidney Poitier Host a Duel at DiabloBy Rick29 on Sep 2, 2019 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
James Garner as Jess. From the opening strains of Neal Hefti's guitar-driven theme, it's apparent that Duel at Diablo (1966) wants to break from the conventional Western movie mold. Its acting credits confirm that, with an eclectic cast headed by James Garner, Sidney Poitier (in his first Western),... Read full article
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Willard Grange: You mean you like living with a bunch of savages?
Ellen Grange: You don't understand.
Willard Grange: Well, no, I don't understand. Lots of white women have been grabbed off by an Indian, and many a decent one of them would have killed herself before she let them turn her into an Indian squaw.
Ellen Grange: I'm not that decent, I guess!
Willard Grange: Oh, don't shout. They'll hear ya.
Ellen Grange: You don't care what happens to me... but only what people think about you.
Willard Grange: I do business with them people.
Ellen Grange: The same people who treat your wife like dirt. I was better off with the Indians!
[to his wife]
Willard Grange: My horse is dead and you're back - shoulda been the other way around.
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