|Writers||William Berke (written by)
Victor West (screenplay) (uncredited)
|Cast||Don 'Red' Barry Robert Lowery Wally Vernon Pamela Blake Claude Stroud Leonard Penn Steve Pendleton Tommy Farrell Dean Riesner Paul Jordan Steve Conte Roger Anderson Gilbert Fallman Kathleen Magginetti William Bailey|
|Plot||Reformed outlaw Frank James is living quietly in Greede, Colorado as a respected member of the community. A former member of the old James gang, who has teamed up with Charlie and Bob Ford tries to talk him back into the gang, but Frank declines. After Sheriff John Kelly kills Bob, Charlie joins up with a gang led by Bat Fenton, who is an exact double for Frank, and they begin a siege of lawlessness that Frank is blamed for.... search for Gunfire on IMDb|
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|Actors: John Ireland, Ann Dvorak, Henry Hull, Hugh O'Brian, Reed Hadley, Clifton Young, Tommy Noonan, Don 'Red' Barry, Gaylord Pendleton, Robert Anderson, Robert Lowery - Return of Jesse James: Johnny is a spitting image of the real Jesse, unfortunately for him; he is mistaken for him by a grizzled old member of the now deceased James Gang. Johnny is convinced to lead a new gang to rob banks using the same infamous method as the famed outlaw. Jesse's brother Frank decides to put a stop to the defamation of his dead brother's name. Gunfire: The now reformed outlaw Frank James (Don Barry) is living quietly in Greed, Colorado as a respected member of the community. An exact double for Frank gathers a gang and begins a path of chaos that Frank is blamed for. Will Frank go back to his outlaw ways to save himself? DVD Bonus & Features: Scene Selection Menu, Bios, Promo Trailer Product Specs: DVD-9, Dolby Digital, NTSC/All Region, English Language|
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