The Gunfighter (1917 film)
The Gun Fighter, on posters The Gunfighter, is a 1917 American silent western film directed by and starring William S. Hart as the leader of a group of Arizona outlaws, and costarred Margery Wilson and Roy Laidlaw.
|Directed by||William S. Hart|
|Produced by||Thomas H. Ince|
|Screenplay by||Monte M. Katterjohn|
|Starring||William S. Hart|
Kay-Bee Pictures / New York Motion Picture Co.
|Distributed by||Triangle Film Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
- The BFI Companion to the Western, Page 132, 1988 - "In since the earliest days; in The Gunfighter (1917) William S. Hart plays Cliff Hudspeth, the gunfighter of the title, who is the leader of a band of Arizona outlaws."
- Richard Aquila The Sagebrush Trail: Western Movies and Twentieth-Century America ISBN 0816531544 2015 "William S. Hart is in the center holding two guns in this still from The Gunfighter (Kay-Bee Pictures/New York Motion Picture Company, 1917). Hart's time on that which is good.”
- James Robert Parish (USA), Michael R. Pitts The Great Western Pictures II, 1988, Page 138 -- "The Gunfighter locals mistake them for big-time investors and make them welcome. ... The Gunfighter (Triangle, 1916) five reels Producer, Thomas H. Ince; director, William S. Hart; screenplay, Monte J. Katterjohn; art director, ..."
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- The Gunfighter at IMDb
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- The Gunfighter (1917): A Silent Film Review at moviessilently.com