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Johnny Reno is a 1966 American western film made by A.C. Lyles Productions and released by Paramount Pictures. It starred Dana Andrews and Jane Russell. It was directed by R.G. Springsteen, produced by A.C. Lyles, with a screenplay by Andrew Craddock, Steve Fisher and A.C. Lyles.
1966 US Theatrical Poster
|Directed by||R.G. Springsteen|
|Produced by||A.C. Lyles|
|Written by||Andrew Craddock|
|Starring||Dana Andrews |
Lon Chaney Jr.
|Music by||Jimmie Haskell|
|Cinematography||Harold E. Stine|
|Edited by||Bernard Matis|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
The film features Dana Andrews, Jane Russell, and Lon Chaney, Jr., and involves a frontier marshal (Andrews) who finds himself desperately trying to stop a man he had brought to jail from being lynched by the furious townspeople.