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The Saturday Western

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Drums Across the River starring Audie Murphy
Lyle Bettger , Walter Brennan
The gold-mining town of Crown City is rapidly becoming a ghost town as the ore runs out, but just across the river in territory reserved for the Ute Indians there are rich veins to be dug.
Audie Murphy , killed in a plane crash last month, was the real-life war hero who became a successful Hollywood star. In Westerns he was occasionally an outlaw but more often the ' good guy' as in tonight's film, the fast-moving story of one man's attempts to avert an Indian war.
Directed by NATHAN JURAN

Contributors

Unknown: Audie Murphy
Unknown: Lyle Bettger
Unknown: Walter Brennan
Unknown: Audie Murphy
Directed By: Nathan Juran
Gary Brannon: Audie Murphy
Jennie Marlowe: Lisa Gaye
Frank Walker: Lyle Bettger
Sam Brannon: Walter Brennan
Sue: Mara Corday
Morgan: Hugh O'Brian
TaOS: Jay Silverheels
Sheriff Beal: Regis Toomey
Ouray: Morris Ankrum
Jed Walker: James Anderson
Les Walker: George Wallace
Billy Costa: Bob Steele
Ralph Costa: Lane Bradford
Marlowe: Emil Meyer
Red Knife: Ken Terrell

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The Saturday Western

BBC One London, 26 June 1971 18.50






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