The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw

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The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (UK 1958 / Director: Raoul Walsh)

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  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Release Date: 28.10.1958

Also known as

La rubia y el Sheriff (Spain) | Sheriff wider Willen (Germany) | La bionda e lo sceriffo (Italy) | La blonde et le shérif (France) | En gentleman i det vilde vesten (Denmark) | En gentleman i vildaste västern (Sweden) | Sheriffi vastoin tahtoaan (Finland) | Min ta vazete mazi mou (Greece) | Apuros de um Xerife (Brazil)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Kenneth More (Jonathan Tibbs), Jayne Mansfield (Kate), Henry Hull (Major Masters), Bruce Cabot (Jack), Ronald Squire (Toynbee), William Campbell (Keno), Sid James (The Drunk), Reed De Rouen (Clayborne), Charles Irwin (Luke), Donald Stewart (The Drummer), Clancy Cooper (Hank Barnes - Barber-Undertaker), Gordon Tanner (Bud Wilkins), Robert Morley (Uncle Lucius), David Horne (James, the Butler), Eynon Evans (Mason), Nick Brady (Slim), Nicholas Stuart (Feeney), Sheldon Lawrence (Johnny), Susan Denny (Cora), Tucker McGuire (Luke's wife), Gordon Tanner (Bud Wilkins), Donald Stewart (drummer), Clancy Cooper (barber/undertaker), Al Mulock (cowboy), Jack Lester (coach driver), Charles Farrell (Chick), Chief Jonas Applegarth (Running Deer), Deputy Chief Joe Buffalo (Red Wolf), Mary Reynolds (little girl), Steven Berkoff, Connie Francis (Kate's singing voice)
  • Story: Jacob Hay
  • Screenplay: Howard Dimsdale (as Arthur Dales)
  • Cinematography: Otto Heller [DeLuxe Color - CinemaScope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Robert Farnon
  • Song: "The Valley of Love" sung by Connie Francis
  • Producer: Daniel M. Angel


  • According to IMDB this was the first western to be filmed in Spain.


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