A Time for Dying1969
"A Time for Dying" is a Western film directed by Budd Boetticher, released in the USA on June 02 of 1982 , starring Audie Murphy.
Who directed "A Time for Dying":
A Time for Dying was directed by Budd Boetticher, an American director, writer, producer, and actor.
Before making A Time for Dying, Budd Boetticher had directed Comanche Station, released in 1960, Ride Lonesome (1959), Buchanan Rides Alone (1958), Decision at Sundown (1957), The Tall T (1957), and Seven Men from Now (1956).
When was "A Time for Dying" released:
A Time for Dying was initally released in the United States on Wednesday, June 02, 1982.. This was thirty-seven (37) years ago.
What is the cast of "A Time for Dying":
At the casting of A Time for Dying we find Audie Murphy, previously seen in 40 Guns to Apache Pass (1967) and The Texican (1966)
What is the Storyline of "A Time for Dying":
Cass Bunning (Richard Lapp), a farm boy with a talent for shooting, meets up with Nellie (Anne Randall), a naive woman from the East, who has been lured West by the promise of a waitressing job which turns out to be in a brothel. Cass helps Nellie escape and two are forced into marriage with each other by Judge Roy Bean (Victor Jory). Cass decides to become a bounty hunter. He crosses with Jesse James (Audie Murphy) who, impressed by Cass' shooting, suggests he join his gang, but Cass wants to stay at his [...]
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