Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Train Robbers (1973)

Episode #31

Warner Bros. released The Train Robbers to theaters on February 7, 1973. Burt Kennedy directs the western which stars John Wayne, Ann-Margret, and Rod Taylor.

‘The Train Robbers’ Movie Summary

The Train Robbers begins after the death of Mrs. Lowe’s husband, Matt. He was a train robber, and she intends to tell the railroad where to find $500,000 in gold he stole from one such robbery in order to clear her family name for her son.

However, the wise-old cowboy, Lane, convinces her that retrieve the gold to collect the $50,000 in reward money the railroad’s offering for its return is a better deal. Lane finds some equally old friends to help find the gold for a share of the reward.

However, the other train robbers from the original heist with Matt have a little gang of their own, and they will stop at nothing to get it back. They all mosey on down to Mexico in search of the gold, but following closely behind them all is The Pinkerton Man.

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