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Rio Bravo [videorecording]

On one side is an army of gunmen dead set on springing a murderous sidekick from jail. On the other is sheriff John T. Chance and his two deputies: one a drunk, the other a cripple.

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  • "On one side is an army of gunmen dead set on springing a murderous sidekick from jail. On the other is sheriff John T. Chance and his two deputies: one a drunk, the other a cripple."@en
  • "John Wayne ist der Sheriff. Und er steht kurz davor, seine Pflichterfüllung mit dem Leben zu bezahlen. Denn der Mörder, den er festgenommen hat, wartet aus seine blutige Befreiung. Eine Horde schiesswütiger Cowboys - vom Bruder des Mörders beauftragt - ist zu allem entschlossen: Jetzt kann ihm keiner mehr helfen. Ein Säufer, der mal ein berühmter Scharfschütze war, und ein Krüppel versuchen es trotzdem. John Wayne, Dean Martin und Ricky Nelson in einem Western, der in die Filmgeschichte einging. (Quelle: Umschlag)."
  • "In the lonely dusty town of Rio Bravo, Sheriff Chance arrests Joe Burdette for a brutal murder. Joe's brother Nathan bottles up the town so Chance can't get his prisoner to justice."
  • "Un sheriff junto a un pequeño grupo de individuos desafia a un rico terrateniente que está empeñado en sacar a su hermano, un joven alocado que acaba de cometer un asesinato, de la cárcel donde el sheriff lo ha encerrado."
  • ""John T. Chance, shérif d'une petite ville du Texas, arrête pour meurtre Joe Burdette. Le frère de Burdette, puissant propriétaire terrien, va tout faire pour sortir son frère de prison. Pour lutter contre Nathan Burdette, le shérif est aidé par Dude, un alcoolique et Stumpfy, un vieil infirme..."
  • "Wheeler, ami du shérif John Chance, est assassiné par le frère du puissant Nathan. Chance arrête le meurtrier et l'enferme dans la prison en attendant la venue du marshal fédéral. Il ne peut compter que sur le soutien de son adjoint, Dude, brisé et devenu alcoolique à la suite d'un chagrin d'amour, et de Colorado, un jeune tireur d'élite, qui lutte pour sa dignité, ami de son ex-patron Wheeler, et de Stumpy, un vieillard infirme."
  • "Wayne is a sheriff facing huge odds against a cattle baron and his hired guns trying to break the baron's murderous brother out of jail. Aiding the lawmn are only a drunk, a cripple, a green kid and a bar girl."@en
  • "A Texas border sheriff fights off hired gunmen in order to keep a murderer in custody."@en
  • "Fiction. Western. Le shérif de Rio Bravo vient d'arrêter un dangereux bandit protégé par son frère, puissant et riche propriétaire d'un ranch. Celui-ci cerne la ville avec ses hommes pour empêcher les renforts extérieurs ou le transport du prisonnier. Une lutte sans merci s'engage entre les hors-la-loi et les représentants de la justice. Le shérif n'a que de faibles assistants, trop peu nombreux : un vieil infirme, un alcoolique, un jeune garçon et une femme de réputation douteuse. Des coups de fusil, des bagarres, de l'amour et des chansons feront triompher le bon droit. Avec John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson, Walter Brennan."
  • ""A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of the local bad guy." IMDB."
  • "En un bando se encuentra una cuadrilla de pistoleros dispuestos a todo por sacar a un asesino de prisión. En el otro bando, tan sólo se encuentra el sheriff John T. Chance y sus dos ayudantes: uno es un borracho y el otro un mutilado. Una lucha muy desigual."@es
  • ""At the Texas border town of Rio Bravo, Joe Burdette, the brother of wealthy rancher Nathan Burdette, shoots and kills an unarmed man. Sheriff John T. Chance arrests him with the help of his former deputy, the alcoholic Dude. To prevent Chance from taking Joe to the Presidio to stand trial, Nathan hires a small army of professional gunmen to bottle up the town. Although Chance expects that it will take several days for help to arrive, he requests assistance from the U.S. marshal by sending a message via stagecoach. When Chance's friend Pat Wheeler arrives in town to deliver a shipment of explosives, he describes Chance's situation as having 'a bull by the tail.' Seeing that Chance's only professional help is the crippled and elderly deputy, Stumpy, and the shaky Dude, whom the townsmen ridicule and call Borochón, which means 'drunk, ' Wheeler offers his services, but Chance refuses, unwilling to risk the lives of 'well-meaning amateurs.' Chance tells Wheeler that Dude had been an excellent deputy, until a failed romance with Feathers, a female gambler, caused him to take up the bottle two years earlier. Wheeler suggests that Chance hire his new guard, the young Colorado, and praises his intelligence and gunmanship. However, Colorado declines the job, saying that he is better at 'minding his own business, ' thus earning Chance's respect because he feels no need to prove himself. To protect Dude, Chance orders Feathers, who has just returned to town, to leave on the next morning's stagecoach. Feathers takes a room for the night at the Alamo Hotel, which is run by married couple Carlos and Consuelo, and is also where Chance boards. That evening, when Chance sees Feathers winning at the card table using a deck missing three cards, Chance confronts her with an official notice reporting that a man, wanted for cheating at cards, is working with a woman who fits her description. She admits that the notice is referring to her and explains that her husband was cheating without her knowledge and then abandoned her. Weary of dodging her bad reputation, she suggests Chance search her for the missing cards. The tension is broken by Colorado, who suspects that a different player is cheating, prompting Chance and Colorado to search the man. After they find the missing cards up the man's sleeve, Chance, acknowledging Feather's innocence, says he will clear her name with the authorities; however, he still insists that she leave town. When a gunman shoots Wheeler in the back, Chance assumes that his friend was killed for supporting him against Nathan. Chance and Dude investigate the stable from where the shot originated and roust Wheeler's killer, who then runs to a nearby saloon. While suffering the derision of the saloon patrons, Dude discovers the murderer hiding in the saloon's loft and outshoots him. During the night, Feathers, who is attracted to Chance's reserved charms, and Carlos worry about the sheriff's safety and, while he sleeps, Feathers stands guard outside his room without his knowledge. The next day, Nathan rides into town and demands to speak to Joe. Chance allows Nathan to enter the jailhouse, but threatens Joe with an 'accident' if there are any attempts to storm the jail. After refusing to leave town, Feathers declares her feelings for Chance, who admits that he might return her interest if the situations with Dude and the Burdettes were less complicated. That night at the jail, Dude, noticing the burgeoning romance, reminds Chance that he once warned Dude about Feathers. When Chance and his colleagues notice that musicians have been playing the same song all day, Colorado states that the song is El deguelo, the 'cutthroat song' played nightly by Mexicans to the men besieged at the Alamo, adding that he heard Nathan pay the musicians to play it as a signal to Joe. After Chance re-deputizes Dude, who has abstained from drinking for several days, Dude celebrates by shaving and taking a bath at the hotel. During the night, Chance discovers Feathers asleep outside his room and carries her in. In the morning, Dude, suffering delirium tremens, is captured by Nathan's men. Soon after, three men ride into town claiming to need a doctor, and when they encounter Chance, they train their guns on him. Feathers, instructed by Colorado, distracts them by throwing a flower pot through the hotel window, allowing Chance and Colorado to shoot the men dead and rescue Dude. Afterward, Feathers, who is upset by Chance's near death, drinks too much and drunkenly declares frustration with her unrequited love, to which Chance responds that he is glad that she stayed. His confidence lost, Dude resigns as deputy and is tempted to resume drinking. To Stumpy's dismay, Chance gives Dude a bottle of liquor and taunts him about his past humiliations, believing that treating Dude "rough" works better than sympathy. Colorado has changed his mind about accepting the job of deputy and as Colorado is being deputized, Dude discovers that his 'shakes' have subsided, passes on the liquor and takes his place with the other two deputies. Observing that Nathan has caused trouble only when they are outside the jail, Chance decides they should take refuge inside it, using Joe as a hostage until the marshal arrives. Dude and Chance then go to the hotel for supplies, unaware that Nathan's men have already overtaken it. After capturing Chance and Dude, Nathan orders Chance to fetch Joe, who will be traded for Dude. Escorted by three gunmen, Chance returns to the jail, but he, Colorado and Stumpy outwit and overcome them. Upon returning to the hotel, they find that Nathan and his men have departed with Dude and left behind instructions for Chance to meet him with Joe at the edge of town. Colorado points out that Nathan cannot allow Chance and Dude to live, because their testimony in court regarding the murders will result in Joe being hanged. After ordering the less agile Stumpy to remain at the jail, Chance and Colorado take Joe to Nathan. As the prisoners are exchanged, Dude tackles Joe and knocks him unconscious, inciting a gunfight. When Nathan's men attempt to surround them, Stumpy arrives and shoots them. After Colorado warns that Stumpy is standing next to a wagon full of dynamite, the older man retrieves a box of explosives and joins Chance. Working together, Stumpy throws sticks of dynamite toward the building sheltering Nathan and his men as Chance ignites each stick with a gunshot, causing an explosion. When the building erupts in fire, Nathan surrenders. Later, Dude, who no longer desires alcohol or his lost love, sends Chance to Feathers"--AFI catalog, 1951-1960."@en
  • "On one side is an army of gunmen dead-set on springing a murderous sidekick from jail. On the other is Sheriff John T. Chance (John Wayne) and his two deputies: one a drunk (Dean Martin), and the other a cripple (Walter Brennan). Joining them are Ricky Nelson, a youngster out to prove himself by joining the deputies, and Angie Dickinson, a woman with a past who hopes to rope Chance."@en
  • "Summary: A western, starring John Wayne as the law man who finally succeeds in ridding his town of the local lawbreakers."
  • "In the lonely, dusty Texas border town of Rio Bravo the sheriff tries to prevent a killer with connections from escaping from the town jail."@en
  • "In the dusty town of Rio Bravo, Sheriff Chance arrests Joe Burdette for a brutal murder. Joe's brother Nathan bottles up the town so Chance can't get his prisoner to justice."
  • "A Texas border sheriff fights off hired gunmen to keep a murderer in custody."@en
  • "A Texas border sheriff fights off hired gunmen to keep a murderer in custody."
  • "D'un côté se trouve une horde d'hommes armés déterminés à libérer un acolyte meurtrier. De l'autre, le shérif John T. Chance (John Wayne) et ses deux adjoints: le premier un ivrogne repenti (Dean Martin), le second un veillard éclopé (Walter Brennan). La frêle équipe comprend aussi un jeune homme sans expérience à la gâchette facile (Ricky Nelson) et une femme au passé chargé (Angie Dickinson) qui reluque Chance. Avec La rivière rouge, le réalisateur Howard Hawks avait hissé le western vers de nouveaux sommets. En saisissant l'Ouest légendaire avec une distribution étincelante au meilleur de sa forme, il répète ici le même exploit. --Conteneur."
  • "Le shérif de Rio Bravo vient d'arrêter un dangereux bandit protégé par son frère, riche propriétaire de ranch. Celui-ci cerne la ville avec ses hommes pour empêcher les renforts extérieurs ou le transport du prisonnier. Une lutte sans merci s'engage entre les deux camps. Le shérif n'a que de faibles assistants, trop peu nombreux: un vieil infirme, un alcoolique, un jeune garçon et une femme de réputation douteuse. Des coups de fusil, des bagarres, de l'amour et des chansons font triompher le bon droit."
  • "Feature Film from the USA. Western. A Texan sheriff tries to stop a murderer, brother of a powerful rancher, from escaping jail."
  • "Sheriff Chance arrests a gunslinger for a brutal murder. The outlaw's brother, the most powerful rancher in the area, tries gunman tactics to free the jailed killer before the U.S. marshall arrives."@en
  • "Sheriff Chance arrests a gunslinger for a brutal murder. The outlaw's brother, the most powerful rancher in the area, tries gunman tactics to free the jailed killer before the U.S. marshall arrives."
  • "A wandering cowboy and a drunken sheriff hold a town against outlaws."@en
  • ""At the Texas border town of Rio Bravo, Joe Burdette, the brother of wealthy rancher Nathan Burdette, shoots and kills an unarmed man. Sheriff John T. Chance arrests him with the help of his former deputy, the alcoholic Dude. To prevent Chance from taking Joe to the Presidio to stand trial, Nathan hires a small army of professional gunmen to bottle up the town. Although Chance expects that it will take several days for help to arrive, he requests assistance from the U.S. marshal by sending a message via stagecoach. When Chance's friend Pat Wheeler arrives in town to deliver a shipment of explosives, he describes Chance's situation as having 'a bull by the tail.' Seeing that Chance's only professional help is the crippled and elderly deputy, Stumpy, and the shaky Dude, whom the townsmen ridicule and call Borochón , which means 'drunk,' Wheeler offers his services, but Chance refuses, unwilling to risk the lives of 'well-meaning amateurs.' Chance tells Wheeler that Dude had been an excellent deputy, until a failed romance with Feathers, a female gambler, caused him to take up the bottle two years earlier. Wheeler suggests that Chance hire his new guard, the young Colorado, and praises his intelligence and gunmanship. However, Colorado declines the job, saying that he is better at 'minding his own business,' thus earning Chance's respect because he feels no need to prove himself. To protect Dude, Chance orders Feathers, who has just returned to town, to leave on the next morning's stagecoach. Feathers takes a room for the night at the Alamo Hotel, which is run by married couple Carlos and Consuelo, and is also where Chance boards. That evening, when Chance sees Feathers winning at the card table using a deck missing three cards, Chance confronts her with an official notice reporting that a man, wanted for cheating at cards, is working with a woman who fits her description. She admits that the notice is referring to her and explains that her husband was cheating without her knowledge and then abandoned her. Weary of dodging her bad reputation, she suggests Chance search her for the missing cards. The tension is broken by Colorado, who suspects that a different player is cheating, prompting Chance and Colorado to search the man. After they find the missing cards up the man's sleeve, Chance, acknowledging Feather's innocence, says he will clear her name with the authorities; however, he still insists that she leave town. When a gunman shoots Wheeler in the back, Chance assumes that his friend was killed for supporting him against Nathan. Chance and Dude investigate the stable from where the shot originated and roust Wheeler's killer, who then runs to a nearby saloon. While suffering the derision of the saloon patrons, Dude discovers the murderer hiding in the saloon's loft and outshoots him. During the night, Feathers, who is attracted to Chance's reserved charms, and Carlos worry about the sheriff's safety and, while he sleeps, Feathers stands guard outside his room without his knowledge. The next day, Nathan rides into town and demands to speak to Joe. Chance allows Nathan to enter the jailhouse, but threatens Joe with an 'accident' if there are any attempts to storm the jail. After refusing to leave town, Feathers declares her feelings for Chance, who admits that he might return her interest if the situations with Dude and the Burdettes were less complicated. That night at the jail, Dude, noticing the burgeoning romance, reminds Chance that he once warned Dude about Feathers. When Chance and his colleagues notice that musicians have been playing the same song all day, Colorado states that the song is El deguelo, the 'cutthroat song' played nightly by Mexicans to the men besieged at the Alamo, adding that he heard Nathan pay the musicians to play it as a signal to Joe. After Chance re-deputizes Dude, who has abstained from drinking for several days, Dude celebrates by shaving and taking a bath at the hotel. During the night, Chance discovers Feathers asleep outside his room and carries her in. In the morning, Dude, suffering delirium tremens, is captured by Nathan's men. Soon after, three men ride into town claiming to need a doctor, and when they encounter Chance, they train their guns on him. Feathers, instructed by Colorado, distracts them by throwing a flower pot through the hotel window, allowing Chance and Colorado to shoot the men dead and rescue Dude. Afterward, Feathers, who is upset by Chance's near death, drinks too much and drunkenly declares frustration with her unrequited love, to which Chance responds that he is glad that she stayed. His confidence lost, Dude resigns as deputy and is tempted to resume drinking. To Stumpy's dismay, Chance gives Dude a bottle of liquor and taunts him about his past humiliations, believing that treating Dude "rough" works better than sympathy. Colorado has changed his mind about accepting the job of deputy and as Colorado is being deputized, Dude discovers that his 'shakes' have subsided, passes on the liquor and takes his place with the other two deputies. Observing that Nathan has caused trouble only when they are outside the jail, Chance decides they should take refuge inside it, using Joe as a hostage until the marshal arrives. Dude and Chance then go to the hotel for supplies, unaware that Nathan's men have already overtaken it. After capturing Chance and Dude, Nathan orders Chance to fetch Joe, who will be traded for Dude. Escorted by three gunmen, Chance returns to the jail, but he, Colorado and Stumpy outwit and overcome them. Upon returning to the hotel, they find that Nathan and his men have departed with Dude and left behind instructions for Chance to meet him with Joe at the edge of town. Colorado points out that Nathan cannot allow Chance and Dude to live, because their testimony in court regarding the murders will result in Joe being hanged. After ordering the less agile Stumpy to remain at the jail, Chance and Colorado take Joe to Nathan. As the prisoners are exchanged, Dude tackles Joe and knocks him unconscious, inciting a gunfight. When Nathan's men attempt to surround them, Stumpy arrives and shoots them. After Colorado warns that Stumpy is standing next to a wagon full of dynamite, the older man retrieves a box of explosives and joins Chance. Working together, Stumpy throws sticks of dynamite toward the building sheltering Nathan and his men as Chance ignites each stick with a gunshot, causing an explosion. When the building erupts in fire, Nathan surrenders. Later, Dude, who no longer desires alcohol or his lost love, sends Chance to Feathers"--AFI catalog, 1951-1960."
  • "The cowboys: A deserted rancher hires greenhorn schoolboys for a 400 mile-long cattle drive."@en
  • "A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of the local bad guy."@en
  • "La storia di un colonnello, sua moglie e suo figlio: separatisti al tempo della guerra civile, si riuniscono durante un episodio della guerra contro la nazione Apache, nei pressi del confine messicano."@it
  • "Rio Bravo: A Texas border sheriff fights off hired gunmen to keep a murderer in custody."@en
  • "John Wayne ist der Sheriff. Und er steht kurz davor, seine Pflichterfüllung mit dem Leben zu bezahlen. Denn der Mörder, den er festgenommen hat, wartet auf seine blutige Befreiung. Eine Horde schiesswütiger Cowboys - vom Bruder des Mörders beauftragt - ist zu allem entschlossen: Jetzt kann ihm keiner mehr helfen. Ein Säufer, der mal ein berühmter Scharfschütze war, und ein Krüppel versuchen es trotzdem."
  • "Tough sheriff John T. Chance determined to keep a murdering cowboy from being freed by his powerful brother, enlists the help of a drunken ex-gunslinger (Martin), an elderly deputy (Brennan), and a green kid (Nelson) to fight the army of gunmen hired to free his prisoner."@en
  • "A beleaguered sheriff shuns offers of help in this conscious rejoinder to 'High Noon'. The apparent seriousness of purpose in 'High Noon' contrasts with the deceptively simple revivication of traditional Western elements (especially of characterisation) in 'Rio Bravo' through the integration of character and action. Against the confines of a static, almost abstract background, there is a complex working out of interrelationships in a matrix of nearly simultaneous events."@en
  • "A Rio Bravo, lo sceriffo John T. Chance arresta per omicidio Joe Burdette ma deve fare i conti con la banda del fratello Nathan, un ricco e prepotente proprietario terriero. Lo aiutano solo un vicesceriffo ubriacone, che saprà trovare la forza di riscattarsi, e una bella avventuriera. (Mereghetti)."@it
  • "John Wayne accompanied by cowboy Dean Martin, stars as a hard-drinking sheriff cheerfully holding a town against tough outlaws."
  • "On one side is an army of gunmen dead-set on springing a murderous cohort from jail. On the other is Sheriff John T. Chance and his two deputies: one a recovering drunkard, the other a crippled codger. Also in their ragtag ranks are an unseasoned, trigger-happy youth and a woman with a past-- and her eye on Chance."@en
  • "On one side is an army of gunmen dead-set on springing a murderous cohort from jail. On the other is Sheriff John T. Chance and his two deputies: one a recovering drunkard, the other a crippled codger. Also in their ragtag ranks are an unseasoned, trigger-happy youth and a woman with a past-- and her eye on Chance."
  • "A traditional Western and an American classic in which John Wayne as the Sheriff is forced to enlist the help of those around him - Walter Brennan in the role of a cripple, a wandering cowboy, and others - to hold an outlaw against a band of hired guns."@en
  • "In the dusty town of Rio Bravo, Sheriff Chance arrests Joe Burdette for a brutal murder and must fight off ruthless gunmen to keep him in custody until the state marshal arrives."@en

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