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This movie page is dedicated to the memory of Ms. Eva Dano who donated nearly every photo on display.
MOVIES OF AUDIE MURPHY
Summary, credits and photos of Audie Murphy's movies.

A Time for Dying
Movie #44
1971, FIPCO Production

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Summary: Produced by FIPCO, Audie Murphy's movie company. This was Audie's last movie. Unfortunately, Audie Murphy was killed before the film was finished. Consequently, 20 minutes of film featuring Audie was never shot. As a result, Audie appears in only one scene. For this reason, the film is short and doesn't hold together well. It is the story of a young gunman of the old West (played by Richard Lapp). However, he was to live and perish without renown. The character, in a sense, represented the countless young men who lived and died by the gun in the early West, but left no legend behind them. No history covered their deeds. During his young life, the gunman met Jesse James (Audie Murphy), Frank James, and Judge Roy Bean.

CLICK HERE for an interesting review written by Vincent Canby which was published in the June 2, 1982 edition of the New York Times.
Credits:
Studio ... FIPCO Production
Released ... 1971
Genre ... Western
Length ... 67 minutes
Directed By ... Budd Boetticher
Written By ... Budd Boetticher
Produced By ... Audie Murphy
Cinematography By ... Lucien Ballard
Cast:
Audie Murphy ... Jesse James
Richard Lapp ... Cass Bunning
Anne Randall ... Nellie Winters
Bob Random ... Billy Pimple
Beatrice Kay ... Mamie
Victor Jory ... Judge Roy Bean
Ron Masak ... Bartender
Burt Mustin ... Ed
Peter Brocco ... Seth
Walter Reed ... Mayor
Louis Ojena ... Blacksmith
Jorge Rado ... Banker
Walt LaRue ... Shotgun
Charles Wagenheim ... Milton
Ira Angustain ... Pepe
Terry Murphy ... Sonny
Skip Murphy ... Curly
Randy Shields ... Cauliflower
Bob Herron ... Rankin
William Bassett ... Southener
Casey Tibbs ... Sidekick
Willard Willingham ... Frank James
J.N. Roberts ... Bob Ford
Robert Grever ... Dick Spangler
Betty Rowland ... Mamie's Girl
Tina Stuart ... Mamie's Girl
Joanne Shields ... Mamie's Girl
Miki McDonald ... Mamie's Girl
Darla Paris ... Mamie's Girl
Arlette Thomas ... Mamie's Girl
Nancy Lewis ... Mamie's Girl
Athena ... Mamie's Girl
Jo Linn ... Mamie's Girl
Suzette DeCarlo ... Mamie's Girl
Annette Gorman ... Mamie's New Girl
Other Crew:
Art Director ... A. Les Thomas
Assistant Director ... Bob Farfan
Associate Producer ... Willard Willingham
Camera Operator ... Tom Laughridge
Mildred Gusse ... Casting Consultant
Costumes ... Eddie Armand
Film Editing ... Harry V. Knapp
Gaffer ... Joe Edesa
Grip ... Richard Moran
Hair Stylist ... Joan Phillips
Head Wrangler ... Jay Fishburn
Makeup ... Charles Blackman
Original Music ... Harry Betts
Post Production Coordinator ... Chuck Perry
Production Manager ... George Tobin
Property Master ... Phil Macalusco
Script Supervisor ... Sandra Nelson
Set Director ... Andy Nealis
Sound ... John Carter
Special Effects ... Herman Townsley
Stunts ... Ron Nix
Neil Summers
Denny Arnold
Walt LaRue
Jim Sheppard
Steve Ward
Troy Ward
Willard W. Willingham
Rodd Wolff
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