Gunfight at Comanche Creek

Gunfight at Comanche Creek is a 1963 American Color by Deluxe Western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Audie Murphy.[1] The film is a remake of another Allied Artists Pictures film, Last of the Badmen (1957).[2]

Gunfight at Comanche Creek
Directed byFrank McDonald
Produced byBen Schwalb
Screenplay byEdward Bernds
StarringAudie Murphy
Narrated byReed Hadley
Music byMarlin Skiles
CinematographyJoseph F. Biroc
Edited byWilliam Austin
Allied Artists Pictures
Distributed byAllied Artists Pictures
Release date
  • November 6, 1963 (1963-11-06)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States


A gang of Colorado bank robbers led by Amos Troop (DeForest Kelley) uses a technique where they break prisoners out of jail, use them to commit crimes, then later kill them to collect the reward. A detective, Gifford (Audie Murphy), goes undercover with the gang to bring them to justice.

Saloon owner Abbie Stevens takes a liking to Gifford while he infiltrates the gang. So does a young outlaw, Kid Carter, who goes to the town's marshal to get help for Gifford, only to discover the marshal's actually the ringleader of the gang. Help arrives in the nick of time, and Gifford guns down Troop and his men.


See also


  1. Gunfight at Comanche Creek at Audie Murphy Memorial Site
  2. p. 194 Larkins, Bob & Magers, Boyd The Films of Audie Murphy McFarland, 19 Aug. 2009
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