Ten Wanted Men (1955) was a Action - Drama Film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by Randolph Scott and Harry Joe Brown.
Ten Wanted Men (1955)By Brandy Dean on May 25, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films
When his ward Corinne Michaels (Jocelyn Brando)?seeks protection with rival cattleman John Stewart (Randolph Scott), embittered, jealous rancher Wick Campbell (Richard Boone)?hires ten outlaws to help him seize power in the territory. Director?H. Bruce Humberstone?takes Ten Wanted Men beyond the sta... Read full article
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Al Drucker: [with confidence] I always do.
John Stewart: You know, Campbell, you're not thinking straight. Since you became a big man, you have the idea that everything should be done the way you want it, and that's dangerous. Better straighten yourself out before someone does it for you.
Wick Campbell: You, Stewart?
John Stewart: Possibly.
John Stewart: [to the wounded sheriff] We need a drink. I don't believe in bottled bravery, but this will tone us all up.
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