Angel and the Badman

1947, Public Domain, PG, Classics/ Western

Director:James Edward Grant

Actors:John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot, Lee Dixon, Irene Rich

Plot:Quirt Evans, an all round bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in. Inspired the 1985 movie, "Witness."

Scene #1  Delirious gunslinger calmed when six-shooter returned  (SV02451)

"What do you suppose that delirious mind is searching for?" asks the doctor, as he tries to calm the notorious gunman Quirt Evans, who is wounded (with the bullet still in him), causing him to collapse onto a farm owned by Quaker Thomas Worth and his daughter Penelope. Thomas finally retrieves the gunslingers gun (without the bullets) and puts it in the flailing man's hands - instantly calming him!

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1 Delirious gunslinger calmed when six-shooter returned
Themes: Healing, Helping Others, Sickness, Passion, Wisdom
2 Quaker girl shares some beliefs with scoundrel
Themes: Belief, Believing in Yourself, Witnessing, God's Word
3 Ruffian surprised by Quaker girl's bold feelings
Themes: Dating, Love, Truth, Romance
4 Gunslinger's reputation provides water to dying farm
Themes: Believing in Yourself, Helping Others, Meanness, Self Image, Needs, Intimidation
5 Church eldership thanks gunslinger with Bible
Themes: Friendship, God's Word, Gratitude, Helping Others, Thankfulness
6 Sidekick enamored with Bible: "This is good writing!"
Themes: Belief in God, Defending the Faith, Friendship, Heroes of Faith, God's Word
7 Classic John Wayne barroom fight!
Themes: Bullying, Disagree, Fighting, Rudeness, Spiritual Warfare
8 Why do church girls fall for gun-slinging scoundrels?
Themes: Communication, Feelings, Romance, Life Choices, Love