Badman’s Territory (1946)
Original U.S. Lobby Card
(11" x 14")
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IMDb ID: tt0038321 | Location: LC55
After some gun play with a posse, the James Gang head for Quinto in a section of land which is not a part of America. Anyone there is beyond the law so the town is populated with outlaws. Next to arrive is Sheriff Rowley, following his brother whom the Gang have brought in injured. Rowley has no authority and gets on well enough with the James boys but is soon involved in other local goings-on, including a move to vote for annexation with Oklahoma which would allow the law well and truly in.
The cast includes: Randolph Scott, Ann Richards, George “Gabby” Hayes, Ray Collins, James Warren, Morgan Conway, Virginia Sale, John Halloran, Andrew Tombes, Richard Hale, Harry Holman, Chief Thundercloud, Lawrence Tierney, Tom Tyler, Steve Brodie, Phil Warren, William Moss, Nestor Paiva, Isabel Jewell, Fred Aldrich, John Barton, Bonnie Blair, Phil Bloom, Chet Brandenburg, Budd Buster, George Chesebro, Jack Rube Clifford, Tex Cooper, Russell Custer, John Elliott, Carl Faulkner, Art Felix, Ben Frommer, Clem Fuller, Herman Hack, Chuck Hamilton, John Hamilton, Carl Eric Hansen, Neal Hart, Harry Harvey, Robert Homans, Ben Johnson, Ethan Laidlaw, Frank LaRue, Elmo Lincoln, Theodore Lorch, Jack Low, Wilbur Mack, Kermit Maynard, Glenn McCarthy, Frank Meredith, Robert Milasch, Frank Mills, Monte Montague, Alex Montoya, Philip Morris, Elmer Napier, William J. O’Brien, Frank O’Connor, Lillian O’Malley, Artie Ortego, Bud Osborne, Tex Parker, Emory Parnell, Charles Perry, Frank Pharr, ‘Snub’ Pollard, Bob Reeves, Jason Robards Sr., Robert Robinson, Buddy Roosevelt, John Roy, Sherman Sanders, Harry Semels, Boyd Stockman, Brick Sullivan, Jack Tornek, Robert Walker, Larry Wheat, Dave White, Robert J. Wilke
Directed by: Tim Whelan