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A band of bank robbers on the run from a posse flee into the desert. Near death from lack of water they stumble into what appears to be a ghost town, only to discover an old prospector and his granddaughter living there. The robbers discover that the old man has been mining gold and set out to make a quick fortune by robbing the pair. Their plan runs foul when the gang leader, Stretch, falls for the granddaughter, which sets off a showdown between the entire gang. Written by
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Grandpa, played by James Barton, comments about his life 15 years earlier in Yellow Sky when Mike was just a baby, he was 60 years old, and how he's been smoking a pipe for 60 years. At the time of the film's release, Barton was only 58 years old. See more »
During the final confrontation with Dude, Stretch's shirt changes color. See more »
A rare gem of a western that never really got its due appreciation.
This western has adventure, romance, passion, and a very heartwarming ending. The stars, Gregory Peck and Anne Baxter, have great chemistry and their acting is just wonderful. Anne Baxter is feisty and really shines in this movie. Although the movie is over half a century old, it is nonetheless very entertaining and delivers on all fronts.
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