Seven Ways from Sundown is a 1960 American Western film directed by Harry Keller and starring Audie Murphy, Michael Pate, and Claude Akins. The film is about a group of outlaws who rob a bank and then go on the run. The film was shot in Arizona and Utah. The film begins with a group of outlaws robbing a bank in a small town. The outlaws are led by Frank Elgin (Audie Murphy), a former lawman who turned outlaw after his wife was killed by a crooked sheriff. The other outlaws are Frank's brother, Tom (Michael Pate), a former Texas Ranger; Frank's friend, Ed (Claude Akins); and a young outlaw named Billy (James Best). After the robbery, the outlaws go on the run. They are pursued by a posse led by Sheriff Jim Vance (James Coburn). The posse eventually catches up to the outlaws and a gunfight ensues. In the end, Frank is the only outlaw who survives. Seven Ways from Sundown is a well-made Western film with good performances from the cast. The film is also well-paced and suspenseful. The film is a good example of the Western genre and is worth watching.

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Seven Ways from Sundown (1960)

Action/Adventure/Drama/Western

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Seven Ways from Sundown is a 1960 American Western film directed by Harry Keller and starring Audie Murphy, Michael Pate, and Claude Akins. The film is about a group of outlaws who rob a bank and then go on the run. The film was shot in Arizona and Utah. The film begins with a group of outlaws robbing a bank in a small town. The outlaws are led by Frank Elgin (Audie Murphy), a former lawman who turned outlaw after his wife was killed by a crooked sheriff. The other outlaws are Frank's brother, Tom (Michael Pate), a former Texas Ranger; Frank's friend, Ed (Claude Akins); and a young outlaw named Billy (James Best). After the robbery, the outlaws go on the run. They are pursued by a posse led by Sheriff Jim Vance (James Coburn). The posse eventually catches up to the outlaws and a gunfight ensues. In the end, Frank is the only outlaw who survives. Seven Ways from Sundown is a well-made Western film with good performances from the cast. The film is also well-paced and suspenseful. The film is a good example of the Western genre and is worth watching.

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Cast
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Audie Murphy

Seven Jones
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Barry Sullivan

Jim Flood
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Venetia Stevenson

Joy Karrington
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John McIntire

Sergeant Henessey
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Kenneth Tobey

Lieutenant Herly
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Mary Field

Ma Karrington
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Ken Lynch

Graves
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Suzanne Lloyd

Lucinda
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Ward Ramsey

Fogarty
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Don Collier

Duncan
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Jack Kruschen

Beeker
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Claudia Barrett

Gilda
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Teddy Rooney

Jody
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Don Haggerty

Dick Durton
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Robert Burton

Eavens
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Fred Graham

Chief Waggoner
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Dale Van Sickel

Waggoner (as Dale Van Sickle)
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Don Anderson

Barfly (uncredited)
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John Barton

Townsman (uncredited)
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Rudy Bowman

Barfly (uncredited)
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Noble 'Kid' Chissell

Barfly (uncredited)
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Rudy Doucette

Texas Ranger (uncredited)
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Dave Dunlop

Texas Ranger (uncredited)
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Jaye Durkus

Townsman (uncredited)
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Augie Gomez

Townsman (uncredited)
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Maralou Gray

Dance Hall Girl (uncredited)
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Don Happy

Hanley Gang Member (uncredited)
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Al Haskell

Barfly (uncredited)
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William Henry

Barman (uncredited)
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Bob Herron

Waggoner (uncredited)
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Tex Holden

Townsman (uncredited)
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Charles Horvath

Jake Hanley (uncredited)
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Judy Howard

Joanie (uncredited)
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Jason Johnson

Doctor (uncredited)
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Johnny Kern

Barfly (uncredited)
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Walter Lawrence

Townsman (uncredited)
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Gregg Martell

Townsman (uncredited)
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Billy McCoy

Barfly (uncredited)
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Rod McGaughy

Townsman (uncredited)
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Paul McGuire

Townsman (uncredited)
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Clyde McLeod

Townsman (uncredited)
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William Meader

Barfly (uncredited)
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Hans Moebus

Dealer (uncredited)
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Al Roberts

Dealer (uncredited)
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Henry Rowland

Sam (uncredited)
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Jeffrey Sayre

Barfly (uncredited)
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Jim Sheppard

Fred (uncredited)
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Leslie Sketchley

Barfly (uncredited)
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Dean Smith

Hanley Gang Member (uncredited)
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Rudy Sooter

Townsman (uncredited)
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Paul Sorensen

Townsman (uncredited)
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George Sowards

Townsman (uncredited)
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Robert Strong

Barfly (uncredited)
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Bob Terhune

Hanley Gang Member (uncredited)
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Jack Tornek

Townsman (uncredited)
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George Tracy

Barfly (uncredited)
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Joe Walls

Townsman (uncredited)
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Guy Wilkerson

Townsman (uncredited)
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Joe Yrigoyen

Waggoner (uncredited)
Crew
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Harry Keller

Director
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Clair Huffaker

Writer
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Seven Ways from Sundown

(DVD)

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