Cinema: Rustlers & Redskins

Two new run-of-the-range westerns have their standard quota of cattle rustlers, galloping cowpokes and Indians on the warpath.

Gunsmoke (Universal-International) casts Audie Murphy as a sort of Dead End kid on horseback—a hired gunslinger who is fast with the girls and fast on the draw. When he threatens pretty Susan Cabot with a pistol, she says: "You can put your gun away. I'm not dangerous." Says Audie: "You could be. You've got the right equipment for it."

Morally uplifted by his love for Susan, Audie eventually 1) annihilates a group of real-estate operators who are trying to grab the ranch of Susan's...

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