Shootout in a One-Dog Town
|Shootout in a One-Dog Town|
|Production company:||Hanna-Barbera Productions|
|Release date:||January 9, 1974|
Michael Anderson, Jr.
|Executive producer(s):||William Hanna|
|Producer(s):||Richard E. Lyons|
|Music composed by:||Hoyt Curtin|
|Screenplay by:||Larry Cohen and Dick Nelson|
Shootout in a One-Dog Town is a live-action western drama TV film produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. It aired on January 9, 1974 on ABC as their Movie of the Week. It was written by Larry Cohen and Dick Nelson, produced by Richard E. Lyons, and directed by Burt Kennedy.
Carrying $200,000 in a strongbox, a courier arrives in a near ghost town in Arizona and asks the bank manager to safeguard it for him from the murderous crooks following him.
In order of appearance:
- Overland Express Company (mentioned)
- United States
- Missouri (mentioned)
- Ohio (mentioned)
- Cleveland (mentioned)
- Texas (mentioned)
- New Mexico (mentioned)
- Deming (mentioned)
- Kansas (mentioned)
- Montana (mentioned)
- England (mentioned)
- London (mentioned)
- Mexico (mentioned)
- United States
- Overland Express strongbox
The music was composed and conducted by Hoyt Curtin.
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: January 9, 1974 on ABC
Behind the scenes
- Billy's only referred to as Billy Boy in the credits.
- Little Edgar is only referred to by that name in the credits; within the film he's simply called Little.
- Stefanie Powers is erroneously known on the poster as "Stephanie Powers".
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In other languages
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