Abilene Town

(1946)
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Marshall Dan Mitchell (Randolph Scott), who is the law in Abilene, has the job of keeping peace between two groups. For a long time, the town had been divided, with the cattlemen and cowboys having one end of town to themselves, while townspeople occupied the other end. Mitchell liked it this way, it made things easier for him, and kept problems from arising between the two factions. However…

  1. Edwin L. Marin

    Director

  2. Ernest Haycox

    Novel

  3. Harold Shumate

    Screenplay

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  1. Randolph Scott

    Randolph Scott

    Marshall Dan Mitchell

  2. Edgar Buchanan

    Edgar Buchanan

    Sheriff Bravo Trimble

  3. Ann Dvorak

    Ann Dvorak

    Rita

  4. Rhonda Fleming

    Rhonda Fleming

    Sherry Balder

  5. Lloyd Bridges

    Lloyd Bridges

    Henry Deiser

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Abilene Town
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Status Released

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  • January 11, 1946
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 29m

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