Money, Women, and Guns: Crime Movies from Bonnie and Clyde to the Present by Douglas Brode
Money, Women and Guns (Western 1958) Jock Mahoney, Kim Hunter & Tim Hovey-Segment 1
After finding gold, an elderly miner is attacked by three thugs. He manages to kill two of the crooks before the third one murders him and flees. The local law enforcement is confounded by the case, so they enlist the sharpest sleuth in the West -- "Silver" Ward Hogan Jock Mahoney -- to find the surviving culprit and decipher the victim's cryptic will. With the help of fiery rancher Not Yet Rated 1 hr 20 min.
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Frontier detective Mahoney takes on the search for four heirs to the fortune of an old prospector who has been killed by three thugs. Along his travels he meets and falls in love with Hunter and finds the heirs. He then discovers that Stone, one of the beneficiaries, was among the killer pack that did the prospector in, and Stone now asks forgiveness. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch.
Celebrated detective traces and finds beneficiaries to the will of a gold prospector murdered by bushwhackers. Money, Women and Guns is directed by Richard H. Bartlett and written by Montgomery Pittman. A strange bag of oats is this one. The makers have offered up CinemaScope and parked up at Lone Pine to film it. The colour lensing is beautiful, while the story has promise unbound, yet it still struggles to come out in credit.