Cimarron Strip - Sound Of A Drum

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Released 1967

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Cimarron Strip - Sound Of A Drum

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Director:
Gerald Mayer
Released:
1967
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A Classic Action Adventure of the Old West on Cimarron Strip. Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman), cooperating with Sergeant Tyce (Steve Forrest), one of the cavalry's most popular men, has enlisted the Army's aid in tracking down rustlers. Then Tyce finds himself in trouble with his new superior, Sergeant Major Chambers (Gerald O'Loughlin), who insists on following Army Regulations to the letter. After being found in Cimarron City when he was supposed to be in charge of a patrol, Tyce is given the choice of accepting a discharge from the Army, or facing a court-martial. Tyce, a 15-year cavalry veteran, blames all of his troubles on Chambers, and sets up a mock trial for the Sergeant Major. He releases his buddies from an Army stockage and uses them as the jury, holding court in the Wayfarer's Inn while Crown is away, searching for the rustlers. Dulcey (Jill Townsend) realizes that Tyce's hatred for Chambers has gotten out of hand, and makes a serious attempt to defend Chambers.moreless
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