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An innocent Mexican boy is sacrificed to a lynching mob by an ineffectual sheriff. The slaughter leads to a brooding darkness involving the remorseful relatives of the Mexican youngster and the sullen townspeople. Almost by a chain reaction there is established a second set of circumstances inviting a lynching of the Mexican's brother. Only this time the sheriff recaptures a shred of human dignity and saves the brother, if not the town.

  1. John Frankenheimer

    Director

  2. Rod Serling

    Writer

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  1. Rod Steiger

    Rod Steiger

    Harvey Denton

  2. William Shatner

    William Shatner

    Jerry Paul

  3. Fay Spain

    Fay Spain

    Annamay Paul

  4. James Gregory

    James Gregory

    Hennify

  5. Mario Alcalde

    Ramon Rivera

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A Town Has Turned to Dust

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Status Released

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  • June 19, 1958
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

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