Angel and the Bad Man is a 2009 made-for-TV movie directed by Terry Ingram and starring Lou Diamond Philips, Deborah Kara Unger, and Luke Perry. A remake of a John Wayne film of the same name, the movie tells the story of Quirt Evans (Philips), a notorious gunslinger who is injured in battle and takes shelter with a Quaker family. Temperance (Unger), the family's beautiful young daughter, takes care of Quirt as he is brought back to health. Quirt quickly falls in love with Temperance and begins to see the error of his ways. Love transforms Quirt from a lawless criminal to a man of peace. Unfortunately, Laredo (Perry), the leader of the outlaws, doesn't understand Quirt's transformation and continues to pursue his rival for another gunfight. Quirt makes then make a difficult decision in finding a way to resolve his past with his newfound love of the quiet life.