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The ravishing widow Mrs. Lowe (Ann Margaret) has just one wish: she wants the gold her late husband stole to be recovered and returned to its rightful owner, restoring her family’s good name. The only problem is, she lacks the grit and guns needed to get it back. Lane (John Wayne) is a lightning fast gunman who doesn’t sell himself short. When Mrs. Lowe cajoles him to help hunt down the stolen gold, he accepts, thinking it will be an easy day out in the Mexican country. The treasure hunt turns out to be more dangerous than they planned, however, when they encounter the villainous Pinkerton Man (Ricardo Montalban) and his horde of Mexican outlaws. As Lane and Mrs. Lowe search for the stolen booty and evade Pinkerton and his thugs, they develop a curious affection for one another and realize that love is more precious than gold.


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The action never stops in this western, which has a surprise ending. Ann-Margret stars as Mrs. Lowe, a widow who wishes to recover some gold stolen by her husband and hidden away. She says she wants to return it to the bank it was stolen from and clear her family name. In order to do this, she persuades Lane (John Wayne) to ride into Mexico with her and recover the loot. Once they cross the border, they discover two very different pursuers: a large group of bandidos, and a lone horseman who seems to know their every move (Ricardo Montalban).

Cast and Crew:

Director: Burt Kennedy
Production Company: Batjac Productions
Date Release: 1973
Audio & Video: Mono – Color
Cast:

John WayneAnn-MargretRod Taylor

Genre:

Western MoviesAction Movies

Additional details in:

The Train Robbers in IMDB | The Train Robbers in Wikipedia

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