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Gunman's Walk (1958) was a Western Film directed by Phil Karlson and produced by Fred Kohlmar.

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The Cinemascope blogathon: Gunman's Walk (1958)

By Caftan Woman on Mar 13, 2015 From Caftan Woman

Becky and Rich, the astute duo behind Classic Becky's Brain Food and Wide Screen World are hosting The Cinemascope Blogathon from March 13 to 15. Revel in the variety of movies that entertain to this day. The wide-screen process came of age in the 1950s as a competitive draw to what audiences cou... Read full article


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Lee Hackett: Times don't change in this country where you breed a man soft. Without any spirit, a man's like a horse: if he don't buck the first time you put a saddle on him he ain't worth having - you know that!


Deputy Sheriff Will Motely: You're still trying to live in the past, and your boy is trying to do the same!


Deputy Sheriff Will Motely: Lee, you and I grew up in our own times - Ed's got to learn to grow up in his, and times have changed!


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Also directed by Phil Karlson




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Also produced by Fred Kohlmar




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Also released in 1958




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