Winchester '73

The Gun That Won The West!

Categories: Action, Drama, Western
Lin McAdam rides into town on the trail of Dutch Henry Brown, only to find himself in a shooting competition against him. McAdam wins the prize, a one-in-a-thousand Winchester rifle, but Dutch steals it and leaves town. McAdam follows, intent on settling his old quarrel, while the rifle keeps changing hands and touching a number of lives.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1950-07-12
Run time: 92 minute / 1:32
Director: Anthony Mann
Writers: Borden Chase, Robert L. Richards.
Production Company : Universal International Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



James Stewart
as Lin McAdam
Shelley Winters
as Lola Manners
Dan Duryea
as Waco Johnnie Dean
Stephen McNally
as Dutch Henry Brown
Millard Mitchell
as High Spade
Charles Drake
as Steve Miller
John McIntire
as Joe Lamont
Will Geer
as Wyatt Earp
Jay C. Flippen
as Sergeant Wilkes
Rock Hudson
as Young Bull
John Alexander
as Jack Riker
Steve Brodie
as Wesley
James Millican
as Wheeler
Abner Biberman
as Latigo Means
Tony Curtis
as Doan
James Best
as Crater
Victor Adamson
as Townsman (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg
as Townsman (uncredited)
Roy Bucko
as Townsman (uncredited)
Victor Cox
as Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Kenny
as Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perry
as Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Anderson
as Basset (uncredited)
Mel Archer
as Bartender (uncredited)
Ted Mapes
as Bartender (uncredited)
Ray Bennett
as Charles Bender (uncredited)
Frank Chase
as Cavalryman (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb
as Target Watcher (uncredited)
Forrest Taylor
as Target Clerk (voice) (uncredited)
Frank Conlan
as Contest Clerk in Saloon (uncredited)
Tex Cooper
as Shooting Contestant (uncredited)
Steve Darrell
as Bat Masterson (uncredited)
John Doucette
as Roan Daley (uncredited)
Chick Hannan
as Spectator (uncredited)
Jimmy Hawkins
as Boy at Store Window (uncredited)
Bill McKenzie
as Boy at Rifle Shoot (uncredited)
Larry Olsen
as Boy at Rifle Shoot (uncredited)
Tony Taylor
as Boy (uncredited)
Carol Henry
as Dudeen (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw
as Stationmaster (uncredited)
Gregg Martell
as Mossman - Cavalryman (uncredited)
Norman Ollestad
as Stable Boy (uncredited)
Bud Osborne
as Man (uncredited)
Duke York
as Man (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson
as Long Tom (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Marshall Noonan (uncredited)
John War Eagle
as Indian Interpreter (uncredited)
Chief Yowlachie
as Indian at Rifle Shoot (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson
as Virgil Earp (uncredited)
William H. Daniels Director of Photography

Leslie I. Carey Sound

Ted Mapes Stunts

Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration

Edward Curtiss Editor

Richard DeWeese Sound

Costume & Make-Up
Bud Westmore Makeup Artist

Bernard Herzbrun Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Jack Kevan Makeup Artist
Joan St. Oegger Hairstylist

Stuart N. Lake Story
Borden Chase Screenplay

Anthony Mann Director

Nathan H. Juran Art Direction

Aaron Rosenberg Producer

Jesse Hibbs Assistant Director

Robert L. Richards Screenplay

Joseph Gershenson Music Director

Costume & Make-Up
Yvonne Wood Costume Design

A. Roland Fields Set Decoration

Duke York Stunts
Slim Talbot Stunts

Bill Johnson Camera Operator

Dewey Starkey Production Manager

Sherman Clark Still Photographer

Costume & Make-Up
Merle Reeves Hairstylist

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