Guns of a Stranger

Guns of a Stranger is a 1973 American Western film directed by Robert Hinkle and written by Charles W. Aldridge. The film stars Marty Robbins, Chill Wills, Dovie Beams, Steven Tackett, Bill Coontz and Shug Fisher. The film was released on May 1, 1973, by Universal Pictures.[1][2][3]

Guns of a Stranger
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRobert Hinkle
Produced byRobert Hinkle
Marty Robbins
Screenplay byCharles W. Aldridge
StarringMarty Robbins
Chill Wills
Dovie Beams
Steven Tackett
Bill Coontz
Shug Fisher
CinematographyDonald H. Birnkrant
Edited byMichael Berman
Marty Robbins Enterprises
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • May 1, 1973 (1973-05-01)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States


Marty Robbins plays a sheriff who is attacked by a young gunfighter. After he kills the gunfighter in self defense, he quits being a lawman and becomes a singing drifter. Marty drifts into a war between honest folks and a gang of crooks. Note:Ronny Robbins is Marty's real life son.


  • Marty Robbins as Sheriff Matthew Roberts
  • Chill Wills as Tom Duncan
  • Dovie Beams as Virginia Duncan
  • Steven Tackett as Danny Duncan
  • Bill Coontz as Ace Gorenum
  • Shug Fisher as Shug Meadows
  • Tom Hartman as Harley Rutledge
  • Charles W. Aldridge as Clyde Terlan
  • Ronny Robbins as Alfred Bearden
  • Melody Hinkle as Faye Bearden
  • Mark Reed as Young Outlaw
  • Don Winters as Axe Mayhew
  • Bobby Sykes as Bob Bishop
  • Fred Graham as Sheriff Stoner
  • Phil Strassberg as Nathan Cryder
  • Al Wood as Fight Promoter
  • Harold Wells as Tiger Wells
  • Jack Swank as Bartender
  • Du Shon as Blackie
  • Glenn Bond as Stagecoach Guard
  • Jim Mooney as Deputy
  • Jenny Needham as Sadie Ketcham
  • Nudie as Blacksmith
  • Ron Nix as Indian


  1. "Guns of a Stranger (1973) - Overview". Retrieved 2015-12-16.
  2. "Guns-of-a-Stranger - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". Retrieved 2015-12-16.
  3. "Guns of a Stranger". Retrieved 2015-12-16.

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