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|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Edward Small (executive)|
Robert E. Kent
|Written by||Richard Schayer|
Gerald Drayson Adams
|Based on||story by Gerald Drayson Adams|
|Music by||Paul Sawtell|
|Edited by||Robert Carlisle|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|1 May 1961|
Gun Fight is a 1961 Western directed by Edward L. Cahn for Robert E. Kent's Zenith Productions that was released through United Artists. The film features location shots from the Grand Teton National Park. Gun Fight is an almost identical remake of the 1956 movie Gun Brothers starring Buster Crabbe and Neville Brand.
First Sergeant Wayne Santley has finished his final enlistment with the 7th Cavalry and is looking forward to going into business with his brother Brad in Wyoming who has told him he has a large ranch with 2,000 head of cattle. He discovers that his brother and his associates are in a much different kind of business that Wayne wants no part of.
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