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Santa Fe (1951)





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This western centers on the exploits of four brothers who return from the Civil War. Three of the siblings decide to become outlaws while the fourth, a former Confederate soldier, heads West and begins working for the Santa Fe railroad. Though the three have become bandits, they refuse to rob Yankee businesses and instead get tangled up with a gambler and his gang who gradually convince the brothers to help him rob the train. Guns blaze, train whistles scream, and justice ensues.

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Randolph Scott
as Britt Canfield
Janis Carter
as Judith Chandler
Jerome Courtland
as Terry Canfield
Peter Thompson
as Tom Canfield
John Archer
as Clint Canfield
Warner Anderson
as Dave Baxter
Roy Roberts
as Cole Sanders
Billy House
as Luke Plummer
Olin Howland
as Dan Dugan
Harry Cording
as Moore Legrande
Sven Hugo Borg
as Swede Swanstrom
Frank Ferguson
as Marshal Bat Masterson
Chief Thundercloud
as Chief Longfeather
Paul E. Burns
as Uncle Dick Wootton
Reed Howes
as Henchman
Charles Meredith
as Official in Santa Fe
Paul Stanton
as Col. Cyrus K. Holliday
Dick Cramer
as Missouri Bartender
William Haade
as Union Veteran
Francis McDonald
as Corporal Fletcher Murphy
Harry Tenbrook
as Missouri Saloon Barfly
Jim Mason
as Railroad Worker
Guy Wilkerson
as Depot Clerk
Frank S. Hagney
as Railroad Worker
Edgar Dearing
as Official
Al Kunde
as Singer
Art Loeb
as Railroad Worker
Blackie Whiteford
as Railroad Worker
Budd Fine
as Railroad Worker
Lane Chandler
as Gang Member
Charles Evans
as Stevenson
Chuck Hamilton
as Gang Member
Louis Mason
as Fiddle Contest Bettor
Roy Butler
as Wagon Driver
Ralph Sanford
as Fiddle Contest Bettor
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All Critics (1)

Rousing but charmless western is set soon after the Civil War.

March 21, 2005 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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