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    American-born gunmam Brady (Robert Mitchum), stuck in Texas with a broken leg, is interviewed by Major Colton (Gary Merrill), who hopes he might rat out his Mexican crime-lord boss, the major's wife (Julie London) taking note, in Robert Parrish's The Wonderful Country, 1959.

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