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    Allison (Randolph Scott) reveals his intentions at gunpoint during the wedding of Kimbrough (John Carroll) and Lucy (Karen Steele) in a key scene from director Budd Boetticher's Decision at Sundown, 1957.

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Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Are Not...
Allison (Randolph Scott) reveals his intentions at gunpoint...
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Are Not Strangers
Allison (Randolph Scott) reveals his intentions at gunpoint during the wedding of Kimbrough (John Carroll) and Lucy (Karen Steele) in a key scene from director Budd Boetticher's Decision at Sundown, 1957.>
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Ain't...
Skeptical Dr. Storrow (John Archer) and merchant Abe (Guy...
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Ain't Interested
Skeptical Dr. Storrow (John Archer) and merchant Abe (Guy Wilkerson) receive out-of-towners Bart Allison (Randolph Scott) and Sam (Noah Beery) in Budd Boetticher's Western Decision at Sundown, 1957.>
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) Different...
Bart Allison (Randolph Scott) holds up a stagecoach from the...
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) Different Directions
Bart Allison (Randolph Scott) holds up a stagecoach from the inside, despite his cohort (Noah Beery Jr.) missing his cue, in the opening of Budd Boetticher's Decision at Sundown 1957.>
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Pay For Our...
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Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) We Pay For Our Drinks
Vengeful Bart (Randolph Scott) and sidekick Sam (Noah Beery) turn down drinks on the tab of the local bridegroom, and tangle with Sheriff "Swede" (Andrew Duggan) in Budd Boetticher's Decision at Sundown, 1957.>
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) Opening...
Opening title sequence for Budd Boetticher's Decision at...
Decision at Sundown -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits
Opening title sequence for Budd Boetticher's Decision at Sundown, 1957, starring Randolph Scott, John Carroll and Karen Steele, from a novel by Vernon Fluharty, produced by Harry Joe Brown.>
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