The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang

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Producer Dan Curtis also sat in the director's seat for The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang. Making no effort to whitewash its hooligan protagonists, the film recounts the wild-west exploits of the outlaw Dalton Brothers: Bob (Cliff Potts), Emmett (Larry Wilcox), Grat (Randy Quaid, who'd probably get better billing these days) and Frank (Don Collier). The story culminates in the Dalton's suicidal raid on Coffeyville, Kansas. Most of what transpires is related in flashback from the vantage point of fifty years ...
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Producer Dan Curtis also sat in the director's seat for The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang. Making no effort to whitewash its hooligan protagonists, the film recounts the wild-west exploits of the outlaw Dalton Brothers: Bob (Cliff Potts), Emmett (Larry Wilcox), Grat (Randy Quaid, who'd probably get better billing these days) and Frank (Don Collier). The story culminates in the Dalton's suicidal raid on Coffeyville, Kansas. Most of what transpires is related in flashback from the vantage point of fifty years afterward by surviving Dalton brother Emmett (hope we're not giving anything away here). The made-for-TV Last Ride of the Dalton Gang lets us know up front that "What follows here is not intended to be an accurate re-creation of fact. Not that it matters." Its original airdate was November 20, 1979.
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Special Features

Interview with director/executive producer Dan Curtis; Photo gallery; Wrangler Award-winning soundtrack music highlights
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2005
  • UPC: 030306758695
  • Original Release: 1979
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  • Source: Mpi Home Video
  • Time: 2:26:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Larry Wilcox
Jack Palance
Randy Quaid
Cliff Potts Bob Dalton
Don Collier
Sharon Farrell
Kathleen Freeman
Bo Hopkins
John Karlen
Dale Robertson
Harris Yulin
Technical Credits
Dan Curtis Director, Executive Producer
Robert Cobert Score Composer
Ned Parsons Art Director
Frank Stanley Cinematographer
Joseph Stern Producer
Dennis Virkler Editor
Earl W. Wallace Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title [2:03]
2. Prologue [4:07]
3. Outlaw Cousins [4:20]
4. Deputized [7:54]
5. Revenge [7:32]
6. The Gang Forms [8:30]
7. Archuletta's Casino [11:07]
8. Judge's Pardon [4:29]
9. California [8:23]
10. Flo Goes West [6:52]
11. Smith Pursues the Daltons [10:05]
12. The Gang Reunited [10:25]
13. Ultimatum [12:40]
14. Adair Station [10:49]
15. New Profession [13:00]
16. Coffeyville [18:35]
17. Epilogue [3:40]
18. End Credits [1:23]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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   Scenes
   Bonus Features
      Interview With Director/Executive Producer Dan Curtis
      Photo Gallery
      Wrangler Award-Winning Soundtrack Music Highlights
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Western

    I really liked this movie because it is like an old time western. Larry Wilcox is both funny and cute as Emmett Dalton. The Dalton's were related to Jesse James so you just knew they weren't going to be the good guys.

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