Last Challenge, The - (British Trailer)
A young gun wants to make his name by shooting it out with the town marshal (Glenn Ford) in The Last Challenge (1967), here under its British title The Pistolero of Red River.
Last Challenge, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) That's A Pretty Target
Opening scene after credits showing an unidentified gunman approaching, elegant Angie Dickinson in charge of the saloon, Glenn Ford lonely at the bar, and John Milford as gunman Turpin, trouble ensuing, Robert Sorrells the tardy deputy, in The Last Challenge, 1967, co-starring Chad Everett.
Last Challenge, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Bankers Don't Have Souls
Saloon/brothel proprietor Lisa (Angie Dickinson, in another nice outfit) doesnt know that well-heeled new guest McGuire (Chad Everett) is a gunfighter in town hunting the sheriff (Glenn Ford) and he doesnt know shes his girlfriend, so theyre friendly, for now, in The Last Challenge, 1967.
Last Challenge, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Stand Much On Reason
Reticent lawman Blaine (Glenn Ford) was on a solo fishing break when up rode McGuire (Chad Everett), who was invited to join in, and handily shot a rattlesnake, before the two settled in for drinks, their chat growing less cordial, in The Last Challenge, directed by MGM veteran Richard Thorpe.