One More Train to Rob

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One More Train to Rob
One More Train to Rob FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Andrew McLaglen
Produced by Robert Arthur
Written by William Roberts
Screenplay by Don Tait
Dick Nelson
Starring George Peppard
Diana Muldaur
Music by David Shire
Cinematography Alric Edens
Edited by Robert L. Simpson
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • June 1, 1971 (1971-06-01)
Running time
108 min.
Country United States
Language English

One More Train to Rob is a 1971 Technicolor comedy western film directed by Andrew McLaglen. It stars George Peppard and Diana Muldaur.[1]


Set in the Old West, the story is about train-robber Harker Fleet (Peppard), who is sent to prison for assaulting a sheriff and his deputy while trying to escape a forced marriage, set up by his former partner, Timothy Xavier Nolan (John Vernon). Fleet serves his time, but gets out of prison early, for good behavior. Once he is released from prison, he travels to the town of Calador, intending to settle the score with Nolan for railroading him and stealing his woman, Katy (Diana Muldaur) .


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