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Across the Sierras

Across the Sierras

(Black & White, Manufactured on Demand)
  • Release 01/02/2011
  • Film and TV Genre Westerns
  • Media Format DVD
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Bill Elliott plays Wild Bill Hickok, who rescues a friend from hanging and tries to encourage his wayward friend - who turns out to be not so innocent after all - to settle down and take up ranching. Bill has decided the quiet life is for him, after falling for a pretty young Anne (Luana Walters), who wants him to hang up his guns. Of course, Hickok's too good a gunslinger to go unchallenged for long, and soon he faces a decision about which moral code he will live by - his own or his girl's pacifist ideal. Playing Bill's goofy xylophone-playing sidekick, Cannonball, is Dub Taylor, just years after his film debut in Frank Capra's You Can't Take it With You. Newly remastered.

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Title: Across the Sierras
Genre: Westerns
Starring: Bill Elliott, Richard Fiske, Luana Walters, Dub Taylor, Dick Curtis, Ruth Robinson, Ralph Peters, Eddie Laughton, Carl Knowles, Tom London
Directors: David Ross Lederman, D. Ross Lederman
Studio: Sony Mod
Attributes: Black & White, Manufactured on Demand
Release Date: 01/02/2011
Media Format: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 043396378025
Original Language: ENG
Closed Caption: No
Year of Release: 1941
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