Along the Great Divide
A new Federal marshal saves an accused man from lynching and now must try to get him across the desert for a trial.
Along the Great Divide (1951)
"Along the Great Divide was my first western. I learned to ride, and later on to do tricks. Although I love horses, I never rode for pleasure, but I learned to give the impression of being a good rider: I sat up straight in the saddle, and whatever the horse did, I acted as if that was exactly what I wanted him to do.” Ragman’s Son, 181 – 2