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Rio Bravo

Synopsis

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The classic Western starring
John Wayne Dean Martin Ricky Nelson
When Sheriff
John T. Chance arrests
Joe Burdette for murder, the town of Rio Bravo is blockaded by Joe's powerful rancher brother. Chance has just a handful of supporters to back him; one an ageing cripple, another a reformed drunk. Can the small band hold out until the US Marshal arrives?
Hawks's direction blends tension and comedy with masterly skill and the film gives Wayne and Martin two of their best roles, with memorable support from Walter Brennan.
Screenplay by JULES FURTHMAN and LEIGH BRACKETT
Produced and directed by HOWARD HAWKS
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Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Dean Martin
Unknown: Ricky Nelson
Unknown: John T. Chance
Unknown: Joe Burdette
Unknown: Walter Brennan.
Unknown: Jules Furthman
Unknown: Leigh Brackett
Directed By: Howard Hawks
John T Chance: John Wayne
Dude: Dean Martin
Colorado: Ricky Nelson
Feathers: Angie Dickinson
Stumpy: Walter Brennan
Pat Wheeler: Ward Bond
Nathan Burdette: John Russel
Carlos: Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales
Consuela: Estelita Rodriguez
Joe Burdette: Claude Akins
Jake: Malcolm Atterbury
Harold: Harry Carey Jr






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