Return of the Bad Men (1948)

Director
Ray Enright

Main cast
Randolph Scott; Robert Ryan; Anne Jeffreys; George Hayes; Jacqueline White

Genres
Drama, Western, Action

Description
When part of Oklahoma Territory becomes officially part of the U.S., Vance Cordrell is forced to deal with some of the most infamous outlaws of the Old West.


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