A Gunfight

"A Gunfight" was the first mainstream American film to be produced by an Indian tribe - specifically, the Jicarilla Apaches of New Mexico. Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash star as Will and Abe, two long-in-tooth gunfighters with nary a dime between them who concoct a money-making scheme: they charge the townspeople to see a staged shoot-out.

Year: 1971
Genre: Westerns
Country: USA
Director: Lamont Johnson
Starring: Kirk Douglas, Johnny Cash, Jane Alexander
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains violence.
Location in store: Western



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