The Gunfighter

The Gunfighter (1950)

His only friend was his gun... His only refuge - a woman's heart!

  • Genre: Western
  • Release Date: 1950-06-23
  • User Rating: 7.2/10 from 68 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: 20th Century Fox
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director:
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The fastest gun in the West tries to escape his reputation.

The Gunfighter Trailer

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  • Gregory Peck

    as Jimmy Ringo
  • Helen Westcott

    as Peggy Walsh
  • Millard Mitchell

    as Marshal Mark Strett
  • Jean Parker

    as Molly
  • Karl Malden

    as Mac
  • Skip Homeier

    as Hunt Bromley
  • Anthony Ross

    as Deputy Charlie Norris
  • Verna Felton

    as Mrs. August Pennyfeather
  • Ellen Corby

    as Mrs. Devlin
  • Richard Jaeckel

    as Eddie
  • Victor Adamson

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Murray Alper

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • C.E. Anderson

    as Street Loafer (uncredited)
  • Carl Andre

    as Street Loafer (uncredited)
  • Beulah Archuletta

    as Indian woman (uncredited)
  • Gregg Barton

    as Pete's Pal (uncredited)
  • Chet Brandenburg

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Peter Brocco

    as Card Player (uncredited)
  • Larry Buchanan

    as Bit Part (uncredited)
  • Harry Carter

    as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Cliff Clark

    as Jerry Marlowe (uncredited)
  • Angela Clarke

    as Mac's Wife (uncredited)
  • David Clarke

    as Second Brother (uncredited)
  • Edmund Cobb

    as Citizen (uncredited)
  • Heinie Conklin

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Dick Curtis

    as Crowd Extra (uncredited)
  • Donald Duran

    as Boy (uncredited)
  • Eddie Ehrhart

    as Archie (uncredited)
  • John George

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Herschel Graham

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Herman Hack

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Alan Hale Jr.

    as First Brother (uncredited)
  • Sherry Hall

    as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Harry Harvey

    as Ike (uncredited)
  • Jim Hayward

    as Minor Role (uncredited)
  • Len Hendry

    as Card Player (uncredited)
  • Ray Hyke

    as Card Player (uncredited)
  • Jean Inness

    as Alice Marlowe (uncredited)
  • Tommy Lee

    as Long Fu - Cayenne Restaurant Cook (uncredited)
  • Pierce Lyden

    as Barfly (uncredited)
  • Terry MacRae

    as Street Loafer (uncredited)
  • Ted Mapes

    as Pete's Pal (uncredited)
  • Mae Marsh

    as Mrs. O'Brien (uncredited)
  • Forrest Matthews

    as Bud (uncredited)
  • John McKee

    as Card Player (uncredited)
  • Harry Mendoza

    as Frank Loving (uncredited)
  • James Millican

    as Pete (uncredited)
  • Ralph Moody

    as Old Man (uncredited)
  • Alberto Morin

    as Pablo (uncredited)
  • Edward Mundy

    as Man on Street (uncredited)
  • B.G. Norman

    as Jimmie Walsh (uncredited)
  • Herman Nowlin

    as Skeeter (uncredited)
  • Eddie Parks

    as Joe the Barber (uncredited)
  • Hank Patterson

    as Jake (uncredited)
  • John Pickard

    as Third Brother (uncredited)
  • 'Snub' Pollard

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Edward Rickard

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Warren Schannon

    as Boy (uncredited)
  • Harry Shannon

    as Chuck (uncredited)
  • George Slocum

    as Street Loafer (uncredited)
  • Marvin Smith

    as Boy (uncredited)
  • Kim Spalding

    as Clerk (uncredited)
  • Ray Spiker

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Houseley Stevenson

    as Mr. Barlow (uncredited)
  • Ferris Taylor

    as George the Grocer (uncredited)
  • Kenneth Tobey

    as Swede (uncredited)
  • Jack Tornek

    as Barfly (uncredited)
  • Archie Twitchell

    as Johnny (uncredited)
  • William Vedder

    as Minister (uncredited)
  • Dan White

    as Card Player in Barber Shop (uncredited)
  • Blackie Whiteford

    as Townsman at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Anne Whitfield

    as Carrie Lou (uncredited)
  • Duke York

    as Pete's Pal (uncredited)
  • Credda Zajac

    as Mrs. Cooper (uncredited)
Art Lyle R. Wheeler Art Direction
Writing Roger Corman Writer
Crew Roger Corman Additional Writing
Crew Ted Mapes Stunts
Production Nunnally Johnson Producer
Crew Nunnally Johnson Additional Writing
Production Darryl F. Zanuck Executive Producer
Sound Alfred Newman Original Music Composer
Art Thomas Little Set Decoration
Sound Roger Heman Sr. Sound
Art Walter M. Scott Set Decoration
Editing Barbara McLean Editor
Costume & Make-Up Travilla Costume Design
Camera Arthur C. Miller Director of Photography
Sound Alfred Bruzlin Sound
Costume & Make-Up Charles Le Maire Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Ben Nye Makeup Artist
Directing Henry King Director
Writing William Bowers Screenplay
Writing William Bowers Story
Writing André De Toth Story
Writing William Sellers Screenplay
Costume & Make-Up Sam Benson Costume Design
Visual Effects Fred Sersen Visual Effects
Sound Edward B. Powell Orchestrator
Crew Duke York Stunts
Art Richard Irvine Art Direction
Crew William Steele Technical Supervisor
Camera Paul Lockwood Camera Operator
Production Joseph C. Behm Production Manager
Costume & Make-Up Ed Wynigear Costume Design
Sound Urban Thielmann Orchestrator