No Name on the Bullet

Find out where to watch on

Overview

Cool, cultured John Gant rides into Lordsburg. Gant is a professional killer, and although no one knows who he is there to kill, they are all worried. Everyone has enemies, and maybe Gant is in town for them. While they wait for him to make his move, paranoia starts taking over... Written by Ken Yousten John Gant, hired assassin rides into town. No one is sure of the identity of his intended victim. Townsfolk have shady pasts that make each one believe that John Gant is there to kill them. While each townsperson is falling apart from guilt, Gant is waiting in the hotel but is still given the blame for the shootings and the suicide of the Banker. Written by Carol Johnson

  1. Howard Amacker

    Story

  2. Gene L. Coon

    Screenplay

  3. Jack Arnold

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Audie Murphy

    Audie Murphy

    John Gant

  2. Charles Drake

    Charles Drake

    Luke Canfield

  3. Joan Evans

    Joan Evans

    Anne Benson

  4. Virginia Grey

    Virginia Grey

    Roseanne Fraden

  5. Warren Stevens

    Warren Stevens

    Lou Fraden

  6. R. G. Armstrong

    R. G. Armstrong

    Asa Canfield

Full Cast & Crew

Movie Data

Facts

Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 17m

Budget -

Revenue -

Homepage -

Release Information

  • February 1, 1959
    Theatrical

Genres

Keywords

Community Data

Top Contributors

Content Score

100

Lookin' Good!

Popularity Trend

Reviews

Featured Review

A review by John Chard

8.0
By John Chard

He could be as innocent as a baby, but the things that are happening here are still his fault.

John Gant is a hired assassin, whenever he rides into a town the whole townsfolk wonder who it is who is on his list. John Gant is a very shrewed assassin for he never gets arrested because he never draws first, he psychologically gets under his targets skins forcing them to shoot first, and John Gant always has witnesses. Today, John Gant has rode into Lordsburg, and from today things will never be the same again...

In CinemaScope and Eastman Color

Directed by Jack Arnold, we open with a vis... read the rest.

Read All Reviews
 

By signing up for an account on TMDb, you can post directly to Twitter and Facebook.

You need to be logged in to continue. Click here to login or here to sign up.