The Rare Breed (1966) was a Action - Drama Film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and produced by William Alland.
1960s Twin Bill: "The Rare Breed" and "Blackbeard's Ghost"By Rick29 on Jan 31, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
James Stewart. The Rare Breed With the exception of The Flight of the Phoenix, James Stewart didn't get a lot of worthy roles in the 1960s. He was in his mid-fifties when the decade began, so instead of his typical romantic leads and loner heroes, he played a lot of patriarchs in lukewarm fare lik... Read full article
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Sam Burnett: Well, he was going to shoot me!
Martha Evans: Now really, Mr. Burnett, you have a predisposition to violence of which I heartily disapprove.
Sam Burnett: Yes, ma'am.
Jeff Harter: One morning you'll wake up to a train whistle and there won't be any more cattle drives. Yes sir, in a few years, it will all be gone. At least-wise, the way we knew it.
Alexander Bowen: You shut your gob, woman! Out here, it's Alexander Bowen what gives the orders and you womenfolk listen to what I have to say. Is that clear to ya?
[Martha slaps Bowen's face, Burnett cracks up at the sight]
Martha Evans: You pompous, foul-smelling tyrant! I want that boy moved where he can be looked after.
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