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The Cimarron Kid
Movie #8
1952, Universal International Pictures

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Summary: Audie Murphy takes on the role of Bill Doolin who is unjustly accused by corrupt railroad officials of helping rob a train with his old friends the Daltons and their gang. After being forced to become a fugitive from law, Bill Doolin, decides to join up with his old gang. The Doolin gang then decide to rob some banks. They attempt to rob two banks in Coffeyville, Kansas but the robberies do not go as planned. Several gang members are killed but as luckily, Doolin escapes. He is made the new leader and the gang begins a new series of robberies. During a bold and daring train robbery, most of the gang is killed but Doolin is persuaded by his girlfriend to give himself up.
Studio ... Universal International Pictures
Released ... 1951
Genre ... Western
Length ... 84 minutes
Directed By ... Budd Boetticher
Screenplay by ... Louis Stevens
Story by ... Louis Stevens
Kay Lenard
Produced By ... Ted Richmond
Cinematography By ... Charles P. Boyle
Music by ... Joseph Gershenson
Film Editing by ... Frank Gross
Audie Murphy ... Bill Doolin/The Cimarron Kid
Beverly Tyler ... Carrie Roberts
James Best ... Bitter Creek Dalton
Yvette Duguay ... Cimarron Rose
John Hudson ... Dynamite Dick Dalton
Hugh O'Brian ... Red Buck
Roy Roberts ... Pat Roberts
David Wolfe ... Sam Swanson
Noah Beery ... Bob Dalton
Leif Erickson ... Marshal John Sutton
John Hubbard ... George Weber
Frank Silvera ... Stacey Marshall
Eugene Baxter ... Tilden (not credited)
John Bromfield ... Tulsa (not credited)
Rand Brooks ... Emmett Dalton (not credited)
Richard Garland ... Big Jim Moore (not credited)
Palmer Lee ... Grat Dalton (not credited)
William Reynolds ... Will Dalton (not credited)
Stanley Blystone ... Train passenger (not credited)
Wheaton Chambers ... Webb Thompson (not credited)
Tristram Coffin ... Silk Conrad (not credited)
Frank Ferguson ... Prison warden(not credited)
Chuck Hamilton ... Detective (not credited)
Harry Harvey ... Store clerk (not credited)
Jack Ingram ... Train Passenger (not credited)
Rory Mallinson ... Deputy (not credited)
Eddie Parker ... Jergens (not credited)
Ann Robinson ... Stella (not credited)
David Sharpe ... Charlie (not credited)
Other Crew:
Art Director ... Bernard Herzbrun
Emrich Nicholson
Set Director ... Russell A. Gausman
Joseph Kish
Sound ... Leslie I. Carey
Sound Director ... Corson Jowett
Music ... Joseph Gershenson
Costumes ... Bill Thomas
Makeup ... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ... Joan St. Oegger
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