The Kid from Broken Gun is a 1952 American western action film directed by Fred F. Sears, and starring Charles Starrett, Jock Mahoney, Angela Stevens, Tristram Coffin, and Myron Healey. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on August 16, 1952. Following Starrett’s retirement in 1953, this film became the 65th and final in the Durango Kid series.
|The Kid from Broken Gun|
|Theatrical release poster|
|Directed by||Fred F. Sears|
|Produced by||Colbert Clark|
|Screenplay by||Barry Shipman|
Ed Earl Repp
|Cinematography||Fayte M. Browne|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release date||August 16, 1952|
|Running time||55 minutes|
This is one mighty fine example of Old West Justice comes to Trial. And when a certain person sings his Song, you will NEVER forget it. But this is another one to checkout. Enjoy!
After having threatened Matt Fallon, Jack Mahoney is on trial for his murder and the theft of a strong box. His attorney, Gail Kingston, looks very familiar and puts on a poor defense.
Doc Handy arrives with proof of ownership of the stolen box, but is killed before he can testify. Steve Reynolds (secretly The Durango Kid) tells of the discovery of hidden Santa Anna gold believed to be in the stolen strong box.
The Durango Kid gathers all interested parties in the court room and reveals the twisted plot thus exposing the real murderer.