No Name on the Bullet

Audie Murphy shines in one of his best roles, as hired killer John Gant, who rides into town spreading fear and paranoia. Noone knows who he might come gunning for - they all have enemies. A suspense-filled tale on the wide open plains co-staring Virginia Grey and Warren Stevens.

Year: 1959
Genre: Westerns
Country: USA
Director: Jack Arnold
Starring: Audie Murphy, Charlie Drake, Joan Evans, Virginia Grey, Warren Stevens
Duration: 74 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level violence.
Location in store: Western



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