Yellow Sky

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Released 1950

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Director:
William A. Wellman
Released:
1950
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Yellow Sky is a 1948 dramatic western directed by William A. Wellman. In the film, a band of misfit bank robbers, led by James "Stretch" Dawson (Gregory Peck), are on the run from an aggressive posse and head to the desert to hide. Starving and dehydrated the men are pleased to find what they think is an abandoned town. The men think they have found the perfect place to hid from the posse without being detected by anyone. However, an old prospector (James Barton) and his tomboy granddaughter, Constance Mae "Mike" (Anne Baxter), still live there. The band of thieves is ready to move on, until they discover the prospector is running a lucrative business from the small town. So, before moving on the criminals want to rob the grandpa and granddaughter. The plan is set and the robbers are ready to pull off the heist, but something makes the leader hesitate. Is pulling a big heist in a nearly empty town worth the consequences for Stretch?

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