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Arizona Raiders

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Arizona Raiders
Directed byWilliam Witney
Produced byGrant Whytock
Screenplay byAlex Gottlieb
Mary Willingham
Willard W. Willingham
Story byFrank Gruber
Richard Schayer
StarringAudie Murphy
Music byRichard LaSalle
CinematographyJacques R. Marquette
Edited byGrant Whytock
Admiral Pictures
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
  • August 1, 1965 (1965-08-01)
Running time
97 minutes
CountryUnited States

Arizona Raiders is a 1965 American Techniscope Technicolor Western film directed by William Witney and starring Audie Murphy.[2]


Clint Stewart (Audie Murphy) is a Confederate war hero who has gone out West to join a renegade band, Quantrill's Raiders, and ends up captured by the law.

Sent to prison with his friend Willie Martin (Ben Cooper), for riding with Quantrill (Fred Graham), the two go along with a jailbreak plan masterminded by former U.S. Army Captain Andrews (Buster Crabbe), who now heads the Arizona Rangers, to grant the men a full pardon if they help the Rangers stop a band of raiders who once rode with Quantrill. Clint has an old score to settle with Montana Smith (George Keymas), one of the Raiders, but plans to take off on his own until both his younger brother and his pal Willie are killed by the raiders.



Murphy's salary for the film was $45,000.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b Graham, Don (1989). No Name on the Bullet: The Biography of Audie Murphy. New York City: Penguin Publishing. p. 296. ISBN 978-0670815111.
  2. ^ Arizona Raiders at the Audie Murphy Memorial Site

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