A Man Called Gannon

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A Man Called Gannon
Directed by James Goldstone
Produced by Howard Christie
Screenplay by Gene R. Kearney
Borden Chase
D.D. Beauchamp
Based on Man Without a Star
by Dee Linford
Starring Tony Franciosa
Michael Sarrazin
Judi West
Music by Dave Grusin
Cinematography William Margulies
Edited by Gene Palmer
Richard M. Sprague
Production
company
Universal Pictures
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • March 8, 1968 (1968-03-08)
Running time
105 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Man Called Gannon is a 1968 American Technicolor Western film directed by James Goldstone starring Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin and Judi West.[1] The film is a remake of Man Without a Star (1955).

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Cowboy Gannon (Tony Franciosa rescues Jess Washburn (Michael Sarrazin) from being run over by a train. Together, they got jobs at the ranch to Beth (Judi West), who has inherited her late husband's spread. Beth is determined to bring in a massive herd of cattle in one season, sell them and move to the city, but neighboring ranchers are worried her plans will destroy their grazing pasture. Beth seduces Jess into fighting the others, Gannon helps the neighboring ranchers put up barbed wire.

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