Ride Clear of Diablo (DVD)

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Description

1950s Western starring Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea and Susan Cabot. Corrupted lawyer Tom (William Pullen) and sheriff Fred (Paul Birch) steal stock from the O'Mara ranch, killing the owner and his young son in the process. When railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara (Murphy) hears about the murder of his father and brother he returns home to seek out those responsible. Encouraged by Tom, Fred makes Clay his deputy, and while he plans to use his new status for the benefit of his investigation, the killers instead send him after gunslinger Whitey Kinkaid (Duryea), hoping he will take Clay down. However, Clay deals with Kinkaid and sets out to capture the real culprits.

Product Details

Barcode
5037899056011
Department
Movies & TV
Released
24 Mar 2014
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Westerns
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
101 Films
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
Runtime
80 min
Age Restriction
PG
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Ride Clear of Diablo
Release Year
1954
Running Time
81 min
Language
English
Categories
Westerns / Theatrical Release / Vengeance
Synopsis
When his father and brother are killed by a murderous gang of cattle rustlers, railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara (Murphy) lights out for the territories in search of vengeance. Along the way, he forges an unlikely alliance with outlaw Whitey Kincaid (Duryea), a belicose gunslinger mostly interested in watching the inexperienced O'Mara battle the hardened desperados. Proving hard to kill, the plucky O'Mara chases the gang down a cactus-lined trail towards a bloody shootout.
Cast & Crew
Director
Jesse Hibbs
Star
Paul Birch / Lane Bradford / Susan Cabot / Dan Duryea / Jack Elam / Abbe Lane / Audie Murphy / Denver Pyle
Screenwriter
D. D. Beauchamp
Composer
Henry Mancini
Producer
John W. Rogers
Director of Photography
Irving Glassberg
Editor
Edward Curtiss
Costume Designer
Rosemary Odell
Movie Critics
USA Today
"...The movie is as easy to take as the other Murphy-Cabot pairing..."
Mike Clark (19 May 2000, p.12E)