Law and Order (1953)
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|Marshal Frame Johnson (Reagan) was "hired to keep the peace in Tombstone, not kill people." So, when an angry mob tries to lynch an outlaw without a trial, Frame realizes that he has no place in a town that doesn't want justice. Hoping to finally settle down with his sweetheart, Jeannie (Dorothy Malone), Frame moves to Cottonwood with his brothers, Lute and Jimmy, where they build a ranch. When a rash of cattle rustling threatens to drive out the decent townsfolk, and the local judge suspects that the sheriff is just as corrupt as the thieves, he appeals to Frame for help. Frame declines, but Lute accepts the badge in his place. When Lute is killed, and Jimmy is framed for murder, Frame realizes that only he must stop the corruption and restore law and order in Cottonwood or no one else will be safe.|
Editor's NoteAfter lawman Frame Johnson chases the criminal element clear out of Tombstone, Arizona, he moves to Cottonwood to live peacefully as a rancher. However, outlaws force him to change his plans.| Johnson travels to Cottonwood with his girlfriend, Jeannie; his brothers, Lute and Jimmy; and their friend, undertaker Denver Cahoon. Once there, Frame realizes that the town is controlled by the villainous Kurt Durling, a former enemy of his.| Although Cottonwood's honest residents beg Frame to clean up their town, he refuses, and Lute takes on the task instead. But after one of Kurt's sons murders Lute, Frame is forced to become Cottonwood's marshal and bring the bad guys to justice once and for all...
Cast & Crew
|W.R. Burnett - Based On Novel By|
|Clifford Stine - Cinematographer|
|Nathan Juran - Director|
|Ted J. Kent - Editor|
|John W. Rogers - Producer|
|Inez Cocke, et al. - Sceenplay|