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Editor's NoteA cowboy yarn with all the usual elements of an innocent man facing mob justice, a powerful cattle baron willing to take the law into his own hands and spectacular High Sierra vistas - but interesting as Douglas's first Western outing.
Cast & Crew
|Thomas Reilly - Editor|
|Sidney Hickox - Director of Photography|
|Walter Doniger - Writer|
|Anthony Veiller - Producer|
|Lewis Meltzer - Writer|
|David Buttolph - Composer|
|Raoul Walsh - Director|
Plot SummaryIn "Along the Great Divide," Kirk Douglas made his debut in a western -- a genre that subsequently brought him much fame.| Douglas plays Len Merrick, a U.S. marshal who rescues Pop Keith from a lynching. The old cattle rustler was accused of murdering the eldest son of cattle baron Ed Roden, who then decided to take the law into his own hands. | When Merrick brings the old man into custody -- and safely away from Roden's lynch mob -- he finds that he has an entire posse of his trail. Then the marshal discovers a surprising new suspect in the killing... Roden's other son.