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The Wednesday Western: Last of the Badmen


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George Montgomery Keith Larsen
Dan Barton of the Chandler Detective Agency is on the trail of the leader of a gang of outlaws. In order to track the man down,
Barton poses as an outlaw himself.
This unusual film is constructed as a 'documentary thriller' within the framework of a conventional Western.
Produced by VINCENT M. FENNELLY Directed by PAUL LANDRES 0 FILMS: page 14


Unknown: George Montgomery
Unknown: Keith Larsen
Unknown: Dan Barton
Unknown: Daniel B. Ullman
Produced By: Vincent M. Fennelly
Directed By: Paul Landres
Dan Barton: George Montgomery
Roberts: Keith Larsen
Ted Hamilton: James Best
Hawkins: Douglas Kennedy
Taylor: Robert Foulk
Dallas: Tom Greenway
Lila: Meg Randall
Marshall Parker: Willis Bouchey
Kramer: Mihael Ansara
Dillon: Addison Richards
Johnson: John Doucette
Elkins: John Damler
Green: Harlan Warde

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The Wednesday Western: Last of the Badmen

BBC Two England, 1 May 1985 18.00

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