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Cahill: United States Marshal Details


[[Performer~P116130~John Wayne~johnwayne]] plays a lawman who has to deal with the problems of fatherhood in a big way in Cahill: United States Marshall. [[Performer~P116130~Wayne~johnwayne]] is J.D. Cahill, whose singular desire to track down law breakers strains his relationship with his two teenage sons --17-year-old Danny ([[Performer~P28890~Gary Grimes~garygrimes]]) and 12-year-old Billy Joe ([[Performer~P53258~Clay O'Brien~clayobrien]]). The film begins as Cahill is hot on the trail of a gang of outlaws. After the big showdown, he returns to town to discover that the local bank has been robbed. The sheriff and the deputy have been killed, and four bank robbers are imprisoned in the jail. He is stunned when he finds out that one of the robbers in jail is Cahill's son Danny. It seems that during Cahill's absence from home, his two sons have been enticed into a criminal life by nefarious outlaw Abe Fraser ([[Performer~P37705~George Kennedy~georgekennedy]]). ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi


John Wayne
as J.D. Cahill
George Kennedy
as Fraser
Neville Brand
as Lightfoot
Clay O'Brien
as Billy Joe Cahill
Marie Windsor
as Mrs. Hetty Green
Jackie Coogan
as Charlie Smith
Harry Carey, Jr.
as Hank
Pepper Martin
as Hard Case
Vance Davis
as Negro
Walter Barnes
as Sheriff Grady
James Nusser
as Doctor
Murray MacLeod
as Deputy Gordine
Royal Dano
as MacDonald
Chuck Roberson
as Leader of Bunch
Hunter Von Leer
as Deputy Jim Kane
Ken Wolger
as Boy
Dan Vadis
as Brownie
Denver Pyle
as Denver
Morgan Paull
as Struther
Paul Fix
as Old Man
Rayford Barnes
as Pee Wee Simser
Hank Worden
as Albert


Andrew V. McLaglen
Michael Wayne
Barney Slater
Joseph Biroc
Elmer Bernstein
Composer (Music Score)
Luster Bayless
Production Designer
Ray Moyer
Set Designer
Albert J. Whitlock
Special Effects