Across the Sierras

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1941

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Director:
D. Ross Lederman
Released:
1941
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Across the Sierras is a 1941 Western directed by D. Ross Lederman. When Mitch Carew (Dick Curtis) is released from prison, he heads back to Arroyo seeking revenge on Dan Woodworth (John Dilson) and Wild Bill Hickok (Bill Elliott); the two men that put him there for six long years. Carew immediately guns down Woodworth in cold blood. When Hickok returns to town after a long absence to settle down with his fiance Anne (Luana Walters), he learns of Woodworth's death. He also finds out that his old friend, Larry Armstrong (Richard Fiske), has joined Carew and his outlaws. Hickok rides to Carew's hideout to convince him to quit. Despite his pleading, Larry refuses to leave. As he is riding away, Hickok's hat is shot off his head. Hickok assumes his old friend has turned against him and returns fire, killing him. When Hickok learns the truth, he decides to hang up his guns for good. Carew, however, has other ideas.moreless

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Military & War, Westerns, Love & Romance