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Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website Logo Audie Murphy painting, copyright 2010, Dave Phillips. Used with permission.
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Ride Clear of Diablo
Movie #13
1954, Universal International Pictures

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Railroad surveyer Murphy goes after rustlers who murdered his father and brother. Along the way, he first arrests then teams up with outlaw Duryea who helps Murphy only to see how long the tenderfoot lasts. Outwitting several attempts on his life engineered by the crooked lawyer who set up his family, Murphy and a wounded Duryea face the gang. Duryea, wanted to protect Murphy and redeem himself, goes down shooting. Summary: After his father and brothers are killed by rustlers, railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara (Audie Murphy) decides to hunt down the murderers by going after Whitey Kincade (Dan Duryea), a ruthless outlaw. After Clay finds the villan and arrests him, he and Whitey become friends. Whitey helps Clay but only to see how long the tenderfoot can last. Clay manages to survive several attempts on his life which have been plotted by a corrupt lawyer who is the real culprit responsible for the demise of Clay's father and brother. Finally, in a climactic showdown, Clay and a wounded Kincade face the gang. Kincade, who has become fond of Clay, decides to redeem himself and protect Clay. In an Kincade goes down shooting in a blaze of glory and the real murderers are brought to justice.
Studio ... Universal International Pictures
Released ... 1954
Genre ... Western
Length ... 84.5 minutes
Directed By ... Jesse Hibbs
Written By ... D. D. Beauchamp
George Zuckerman
Ellis Marcus
Produced By ... John W. Rogers
Cinematography By ... Irving Glassberg
Audie Murphy ... Clay O'Mara
Paul Birch ... Sheriff Fred Kenyon
Lane Bradford ... Harry
Susan Cabot ... Laurie Kenyon
Dan Duryea ... Whitey Kincaid
Jack Elam ... Tim Lowery
Russell Johnson ... Jed Ringer
Abbe Lane ... Kate
William Pullen ... Tom Meredith
Denver Pyle ... Reverend Moorehead
Other Crew:
Original Music By ... Milton Rosen
Herman Stein
Costume Design ... Rosemary Odell
Film Editing by ... Edward Curtiss
Sound ... Leslie I. Carey
Richard DeWeese
Color Consultant ... William Fritzsche
Set Decorator ... Russell A. Gausman
Julia Heron
Art Director ... Robert F. Boyle
Bernard Herzbrun
Musical Director ... Joseph Gershenson
Assistant Director ... Fred Frank
Makeup ... Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist ... Joan St. Oegger
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