Release Date: 09/26/06
1. A dark and moody historical western. 2. Unglamorous, well-written, tale of mystery and suspense
LITTLE BIG HORN: Every Sioux arrow points to an upcoming massacre as a Seventh Cavalry patrol sets out on a 250-mile trek to warn General Custer that an Indian trap is about to spring shut on him. 'A superior historical Western, with the accent 'on the tension of men who don't know when the enemy is going to strike' (Motion Picture Exhibitor).
RIMFIRE: the western setting is incidental in this unglamorous, well-written, tale of mystery and suspense. The story involves the death by hanging of The Abilene Kid, who is innocent of all charges. After death the Kid returns to kill off all of those who sentenced him to be hanged.
|Label: Kit Parker Films|
|Run Time: 150 mins|
- Robert L. Lippert Biography with Filmograpy and Theatreography
- 'Rimfire' Liner notes by producer/historian, Sam Sherman
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