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Johnny Reno (1966)





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Johnny Reno (Dana Andrews) is a US Marshall who is bushwhacked by outlaws on his way to Stone Junction, Kansas. Joe Connors (Tom Drake) and his brother Ab (Dale Van Sickle) mistakenly believe the lawman is after them and fire on Reno, and Reno captures Joe after Ab is killed in the gun battle. The two face an angry mob in a town where local Sheriff Hodges (Lon Chaney, Jr.) is in cahoots with the corrupt Mayor Jess Yates (Lyle Bettger). Although Reno believes Joe may have killed an innocent Indian, he must protect the prisoner from the growing mob that threatens to lynch the man before his trial. Jane Russell plays Johnny's sweetheart Nona, owner of the local saloon.

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Dana Andrews
as Johnny Reno
Jane Russell
as Nona Williams
Lon Chaney Jr
as Sheriff Hodges
Creighton Chaney
as Sheriff Hodges
John Agar
as Ed Tomkins
Lyle Bettger
as Jess Yates
Tom Drake
as Joe Connors
Richard Arlen
as Ned Duggan
Robert Lowery
as Jake Reed
Tracy Olsen
as Maria Yates
Reg Parton
as Bartender
Regis Parton
as Barkeeper
Dale Van Sickel
as Ab Connors
Paul Daniel
as Chief Little Bear
Chuck Hicks
as Bellows
Edmund Cobb
as Townsman
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Critic Reviews for Johnny Reno

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A below-average western, which not even its star power can save.

March 7, 2011 | Rating: C- | Full Review…

Hopefully will introduce a new generation to the acting of some great stars like Dana Andrews, Jane Russell and Lon Chaney Jr....

June 1, 2005 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Johnny Reno


Feeble junk with one time movie stars parading around in a wild west town that seems to have a law against anyone under the age of 50 living there. Laughably staged fight scenes with obvious stuntmen is only the start of the problems with this picture. Dana looks half dead throughout, Jane is okay but has been much better and most everybody else acts bored. One of A. C. Lyles cheapie westerns from the 60's and not one of the stronger ones.

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