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* KarmaHoudini: Van Hoek and [=McBain=].

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* KarmaHoudini: Van Hoek and [=McBain=].[=McBain=].
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The Badlanders is a 1958 {{Western}} film directed by Creator/DelmerDaves, starring Alan Ladd and Creator/ErnestBorgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel ''The Asphalt Jungle'' by W. R. Burnett.

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''The Badlanders''
is a 1958 {{Western}} film directed by Creator/DelmerDaves, starring Alan Ladd and Creator/ErnestBorgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel ''The Asphalt Jungle'' by W. R. Burnett.


The Badlanders (1958) is a western film directed by Creator/DelmerDaves and starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. Burnett.

In 1898, two men are released from the Arizona Territorial Prison. One, mining engineer and geologist Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd), the "Dutchman", tells the warden he was framed for the robbery of a gold shipment from the Lisbon Mine. The other, John [=McBain=] (Ernest Borgnine), killed Bascomb, the man who had cheated him out of his land.

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The Badlanders (1958) is a western 1958 {{Western}} film directed by Creator/DelmerDaves and Creator/DelmerDaves, starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. Creator/ErnestBorgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel The ''The Asphalt Jungle Jungle'' by W. R. Burnett.

In 1898, two men are released from the Arizona Territorial Prison. One, mining engineer and geologist Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd), (Ladd), the "Dutchman", tells the warden he was framed for the robbery of a gold shipment from the Lisbon Mine. The other, John [=McBain=] (Ernest Borgnine), (Borgnine), killed Bascomb, the man who had cheated him out of his land.


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The Badlanders (1958) is a western film directed by Delmer Daves and starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. Burnett.

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The Badlanders (1958) is a western film directed by Delmer Daves Creator/DelmerDaves and starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. Burnett.



* KarmaHoudini: Van Hoek and [=McBain=].

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* KarmaHoudini: Van Hoek and [=McBain=].


The Badlanders (1958) is a western film directed by Delmer Daves and starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, based upon the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. Burnett.

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The Badlanders (1958) is a western film directed by Delmer Daves and starring Alan Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. It was written by Richard Collins, loosely based upon the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. Burnett.


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* Boisterous Bruiser BoisterousBruiser (a Borgnine trademark)


* Gold Digger: Ada.

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* Gold Digger: GoldDigger: Ada.

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* Gold Digger: Ada.

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* GoodBadGirl: Anita.

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* Boisterous Bruiser (a Borgnine trademark)

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* BewareTheQuietOnes (an Alan Ladd trademark)


** '''The Burglar:''' Vincente.

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** '''The Burglar:''' Demolitions Expert:''' Vincente.

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* TheCaper


In 1898, two men are released from the Arizona Territorial Prison. One, mining engineer and geologist Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd), the "Dutchman", tells the warden he was framed for the robbery of a gold shipment from the Lisbon Mine. The other, John McBain (Ernest Borgnine), killed Bascomb, the man who had cheated him out of his land.

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In 1898, two men are released from the Arizona Territorial Prison. One, mining engineer and geologist Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd), the "Dutchman", tells the warden he was framed for the robbery of a gold shipment from the Lisbon Mine. The other, John McBain [=McBain=] (Ernest Borgnine), killed Bascomb, the man who had cheated him out of his land.



Meanwhile, McBain rescues Mexican Anita (Katy Jurado) when she is accosted on the street by some men. Though Leslie (Adam Williams), the deputy, saves McBain's life in the ensuing fight, he gives McBain the same deadline to leave, even though McBain's folks settled the township. A grateful Anita invites McBain to stay in her place, and the two are attracted to each other.

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Meanwhile, McBain [=McBain=] rescues Mexican Anita (Katy Jurado) when she is accosted on the street by some men. Though Leslie (Adam Williams), the deputy, saves McBain's [=McBain=]'s life in the ensuing fight, he gives McBain [=McBain=] the same deadline to leave, even though McBain's folks settled the township. A grateful Anita invites McBain [=McBain=] to stay in at her place, and the two are attracted to each other.



Van Hoek recruits a reluctant McBain and demolition expert Vincente (Nehemiah Persoff) for his scheme. They time it so the explosion needed to extract the ore goes off as the same time as the regular blasting. They get the ore out, but when Van Hoek and McBain take it to Lounsberry, he tries to double cross them. Leslie is killed and McBain injured in the ensuing gunfight. Van Hoek takes McBain to Anita's place and digs out the bullet, then leaves in a wagon with the gold. However, Lounsberry, Sample and their men soon corner him in town during a fiesta. McBain goes to the Dutchman's aid. Then Anita has her many Mexican friends surround and disarm the villains. Van Hoek entrusts McBain and Anita with the gold, telling them he will meet them later in Durango to split it up equally. Then, keeping his word, he leaves on the stagecoach with fellow passenger Ada.

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Van Hoek recruits a reluctant McBain [=McBain=] and demolition expert Vincente (Nehemiah Persoff) for his scheme. They time it so the explosion needed to extract the ore goes off as the same time as the regular blasting. They get the ore out, but when Van Hoek and McBain [=McBain=] take it to Lounsberry, he tries to double cross them. Leslie is killed and McBain [=McBain=] injured in the ensuing gunfight. Van Hoek takes McBain [=McBain=] to Anita's place and digs out the bullet, then leaves in a wagon with the gold. However, Lounsberry, Sample and their men soon corner him in town during a fiesta. McBain [=McBain=] goes to the Dutchman's aid. Then Anita has her many Mexican friends surround and disarm the villains. Van Hoek entrusts McBain [=McBain=] and Anita with the gold, telling them he will meet them later in Durango to split it up equally. Then, keeping his word, he leaves on the stagecoach with fellow passenger Ada.




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*KarmaHoudini: Van Hoek and [=McBain=].


** '''The Partner in Crime:''' ={McBain}=.

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** '''The Partner in Crime:''' ={McBain}=.[=McBain=].

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