The Sundowners (1950) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by George Templeton and produced by George Templeton and Alan Le May.
A Tale of the Australian Outback: The SundownersBy Rachel T on Apr 17, 2013 From Sunset Blvd
Jack Warner was quite set on filming the new Aussie tale in Arizona; Australia was a long way away and production would undoubtedly be costly. Besides, he had said, ship in a couple kangaroos really, who would know the difference? Zinnemann held his ground though, and shooting began shortly after... Read full article
The SundownersBy Alyson on Apr 20, 2011 From The Best Picture Project
Based from Jon Clearys novel, The Sundowners tells the story of a nomadic sheep droving family in the Australian outback. Paddy (Robert Mitchum) enjoys this lifestyle of always being on the move and only needing enough money to get drunk and gamble. His wife, Ida (Deborah Kerr) and teenage son, S... Read full article
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Earl Boyce: Why?... Can't you remember?
James Cloud: It escapes me.
James Cloud: It's a lucky thing for you, I happened to be passing through.
Tom Cloud: And you are gonna to keep on passing through too.
James Cloud: Why you kill me if I don't?
Tom Cloud: You know... someday it might come to that.
Tom Cloud: When I get finish with the kid, I am comming for you.
James Cloud: You are?... Now how can I help you.
Tom Cloud: I don't care where you go, or what you do, but I'll find you.
James Cloud: Good luck.
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