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|The Lone Gun|
|Directed by||Ray Nazarro|
|Screenplay by||Don Martin|
|Story by||L. L. Foreman|
|Music by||Irving Gertz|
|Edited by||Buddy Small|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
It was originally known as Adios My Texas.
After he drifts into town with Fairweather, a card-playing partner, Cruze accepts a job as town marshal and takes on the corrupt Moran brothers, cattle rustlers who are cheating rancher Charlotte Downing and her brother Cass. Cruze had previously been a lawman in another town but when the townspeople turned his back on him and refused to help out in his hour of need, Cruze vowed to never wear another badge. The same thing seems to happen in his new job until he discovers that Fairweather is not a "fair weather friend".
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