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    A brutal rancher (James Cagney) has to soften his ways to win the woman he loves. Directed by Robert Wise.

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Tribute To A Bad Man - (Original Trailer)

Tribute To A Bad Man - (Original Trailer)
A brutal rancher (James Cagney) has to soften his ways to win the woman he loves. Directed by Robert Wise.>
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Tribute To A Bad Man (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Hanging Fever
First a shot with Don Dubbins which director Robert Wise surely grabbed just for the rainbow, then ranch hand McNulty (Stephen McNally) and boss Rodock (James Cagney, title character) prepare to dispense frontier justice, his live-in Jo (Irene Papas) objecting, in Tribute To A Bad Man, 1956.>
Tribute To A Bad Man (1956) -- (Movie Clip)...
Stranger Steve (Don Dubbins) awakens after having brought...
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Stranger Steve (Don Dubbins) awakens after having brought the injured title character (James Cagney, not seen) back to his ranch, surprised to meet Greek Jo (Irene Papas, her first scene), in director Robert Wise's Tribute To A Bad Man, 1956.>
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