Cimarron Strip - The Roarer

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Released 1967

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Cimarron Strip - The Roarer

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Director:
E. Lamont Johnson
Released:
1967
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A Classic Action Adventure of the Old West on Cimarron Strip. Sergeant Bill Disher (Richard Boone), a twenty-year veteran of the U.S. Cavalry, is shocked by the death of his best friend, who was thrown from a horse into a barbed wire fence. The old cavalryman blames society for the changes they're making in the West he loves, by turning it into fence-country. He orders a beautiful casket for his friend's body, and drunkenly goes to pick it up. When he and his friends set fire to the funeral parlor, the undertaker presses charges. In view of his outstanding Army service record, it's difficult for his commanding officer to punish him. Again, while drunk, Disher accidentally kills one of Cimarron City's leading citizens. Sergeant Disher reports back to his cavalry post, expecting to be sentenced to a few months in the stockade. He is shocked when his stripes are ripped off his uniform and the major orders him off government property. For the first time in over twenty years, Disher no longer has an Army home; it is a relief to the anguished sergeant when Marshal Crown (Stuart Whitman) hunts him down. Sergeant Disher refuses to turn himself in, and Crown is forced to kill him.moreless
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