The Duel at Silver Creek

6.41 h 16 min19527+
The Silver Kid teams up with the Marshall of Silver City and together they rid the town ofa band of murdering claim jumpers.
Don Siegel
Audie MurphyFaith DomergueStephen McNally
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Susan CabotGerald MohrEugene Iglesias
Leonard Goldstein
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317 global ratings

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submarinerReviewed in the United States on August 10, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
I finally took the time to watch it!
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I'm an Audie Murphy fan. BUT this western was so GREAT you don't need to be a fan to LOVE IT! Audie Murphy (real life most decorated soldier of WW2) is AWESOME in this movie. Character actor Stephen McNally backs him up. B western my foot.
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akdjhReviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A great Audie Murphy movie!
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Audie plays "the Silver Kid" - and does it so well! one of his best westerns - love the initial scene he's in where he's playing poker with a guy who cheats and promptly calls him "Sheep Dip"! which leads to gunplay, etc. Great great movie!
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WolffReviewed in the United States on January 29, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Don Siegel's first - and action-packed - western
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Fast paced western, with lots of action scenes. Things are also sped along by Stephen McNally (as the marshal) narrating the story which helps avoiding dull moments. Audie Murphy is at his best as the Silver Kid who becomes the deputy marshal and in many respects has a clearer view of things than the marshal.Don Siegel's first western may not be a typical Audie Murphy movie but it is enjoyable thanks to crisp picture and sound, and a plot that is fairly straightforward.
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Keith R. SauerwaldReviewed in the United States on February 20, 2019
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How could anybody dislike the great Audie Murphy? He is clearly a very likeable actor, calm, cool, collected and likeable. I enjoyed this movie, I'm sure you will too.
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DanandWickReviewed in the United States on November 24, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Can't go wrong with Audie
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As far as my family is concerned, there's just no way to go wrong with an Audi Murphy movie. He has a demeanor that exudes quiet strength --- "I'm a really nice, easygoing guy with a big heart, but if you push me too far you will never forget it." I suppose there were more than two hundred WW2 enemy soldiers who learned that the hard way. Fortunately, his script writers were able to capture some of that and get it on screen.
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J. JarockiReviewed in the United States on November 29, 2008
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Better Western
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This is one of Audie Murphy's Best. A real adult western. Audie Murphy, out to avenge the killing of his father by the gang who jumped their claim, gains a rep as a real fast gun. He rides into a town where the sheriff/gunfighter (McNally) uses his rep to keep the local gunmen in line. When the sheriff is crippled he covers his injury with bravado and hiring the "kid" as his deputy. It's cross and double cross as the sheriff chases the kid away because he thinks the kid betrayed the secret of his injury to his enemies. It's up to the kid to save the sheriff, get the gang and his revenge, and save the day. Great performances by a perfectly selected cast make this a must watch for classic western fans.
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B. CatheyReviewed in the United States on September 23, 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars
Overlooked but very good....
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I had forgotten just how enjoyable this little Audie Murphy Western was until I recently purchased this handsome Universal DVD release. Murphy in this venture is "the silver kid," and his co-star Stephen McNally actually steals the show. The action is fast-paced and believable, the plot way above average. There are shoot outs, claim jumping, and some humor thrown in--Audie has some droll lines. Universal-International made a number of fine Murphy Westerns in the 1950s into the mid 1960s. DUEL AT SILVER CREEK is one of the better ones. Now let's hope that Murphy's finest outing in the genre, NO NAME ON THE BULLET, and some of his other, better films---RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO, GUNSMOKE, SEVEN WAYS FROM SUNDOWN, TUMBLEWEEDS, get the nod from the engineers at Universal.
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Colonel TimReviewed in the United States on December 20, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Audie Murphy at another best western
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Just another typical first class 5 Star movie by Audie. Good entertainment for those who enjoy westerns!
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