Decision at Sundown | Classic WESTERN MOVIE | Full Length | Free Cowboy Movie | Free Film | English

Free Western Movie: Decision at Sundown – Spaghetti Western – Bart Allison and sidekick Sam arrive in the town of Sundown on the wedding day of town boss Tate Kimbrough, whom Allison blames for his wife’s death years earlier.

Decision at Sundown (1957)
Director: Budd Boetticher
Writers: Charles Lang (screenplay) (as Charles Lang Jr.), Vernon L. Fluharty (from a story by)
Stars: Randolph Scott, John Carroll, Karen Steele
Genre: Western
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 8 August 1958 (West Germany)
Also Known As: Décision à Sundown
Filming Locations: Agoura, California, USA

Bart Allison arrives in Sundown planning to kill Tate Kimbrough. Three years earlier he believed Kimbrough was responsible for the death of his wife. He finds Kimbrough and warns him he is going to kill him but gets pinned down in the livery stable with his friend Sam by Kimbrough’s stooge Sheriff and his men. When Sam is shot in the back after being told he could leave safely, some of the townsmen change sides and disarm the Sheriff’s men forcing him to face Allison alone. Taking care of the Sheriff, Allison injures his gun hand and must now face Kimbrough left-handed.

“Bart Allison meets up with best friend Sam to seek the man who killed his wife. After 3 years of searching for him, Bart is somehow clued into finding the killer in the Town of Sundown.

This story line has a few twists and turns but sort of predictable after you’ve been binge watching western movies all day. Randolph Scott, aka Bart Allison, plays the vengeance driven cowboy husband who rides into a town named Sundown. He is bent on killing the man who killed his wife.

Although the dialogue is more than expected, there is surprisingly very little gunfire compared to most westerns around this time. The ending is surprising to say the least. In my opinion, this was made to showcase certain actors and actresses acting abilities to further their careers. There were many who I recognized from movies made in later years.” Written by harold-sink on

“Here is a Western that is far above the majority made in the 1950’s, and man there were quite a number, that has as much to do about character, motivation, morality, and other deep concerns, not found in a typical trip to the nineteenth century with cowboys and outlaws.

In fact, this is one of those that forsakes the usual focus on the landscape and moves the action to indoors because we are going inside the minds of all the characters and there is nothing open about their thought process, until they make a decision to see themselves as they really were, slaves in Sundown.

There are many players and they all have a part in the drama and sometimes it is amazing that so much could be done in less than 90 minutes. There is much sermonizing and this tale of revenge and soul searching is, nonetheless, another in the highly entertaining and thought provoking films in the Boetticher-Scott stable. Although it seems smaller in comparison to some of the others, it is just as big, and it is just as expansive, only this time it opens the mind and sheds sunlight on the soul.” Written by LeonLouisRicci on

Also Known As (AKA):
(original title): Decision at Sundown
Austria: Fahrkarte ins Jenseits
Belgium (French title): Le Vengeur agit au crépuscule
Belgium (Flemish title): Wraak bij zonsondergang
Brazil: Entardecer Sangrento
Canada (English title): Decision at Sundown
Finland: Rajaseudun kostaja
France (TV title): Decision at Sundown
France: Décision à Sundown
France (DVD title): Décision à Sundown
Greece (transliterated title): I ora tis ekdikiseos
Italy: Decisione al tramonto
Mexico: Día de justicia
Netherlands: Met getrokken pistolen
Norway: Oppgjørets dag
Poland: Jeden dzien w Sundown
Portugal: Entardecer Sangrento
Romania: Decizie la apus de soare
Soviet Union (Russian title): Столкновение в Сандауне
Spain: Cita en Sundown
Spain (TV title): Día de venganza
Sweden: Desperat hämnare
UK: Decision at Sundown
West Germany: Fahrkarte ins Jenseits
Yugoslavia (Serbian title): Odluka u zoru


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45 Replies to “Decision at Sundown | Classic WESTERN MOVIE | Full Length | Free Cowboy Movie | Free Film | English”

  1. July 5, 2021… I watched this movie and thought about where our Republic is today. I pray to God that Patriots come to our senses and take back our Republic so that our forefathers can stop being ashamed of us. My God forgive us all of our selfishness. 🇺🇸

  2. I like to watch these movies on u tube. I been watching tubi movies,but no more 4 or 5 comercials before movie comes back on.way too many comercials .

  3. Back then it used to be one on one,nowadays it's five on one. I don't stand up for criminals,but neither do i stand up for a corrupt law system. Unusual movie,but still entertaining. How can people not do anything when one person tries to control them and they blindly follow like sheep?

  4. I prefer European westerns, more drama action and different settings, but this was alright. Pace is slow and plot is relatively simple, like American westerns everything classified as good or bad, but the grey completely left out.

  5. used to watch these when I was a kid but wouldn't have remembered any of the story till I saw it again so it has refreshed my mind, from Upper Hutt NZ

  6. Love this movie I have it in my Randolph Scott movie collection.
    The Grit station has been showing it along with other ones of him.
    Such a great actor don't make them like Randolph Scott any more.
    One of my favorite actors.

  7. Nice movie. Grabs your attention and keeps the tense feeling right up to the end.

    Couldn't figure out why she shot him.. Was it aimed wrong or she just wanted to stop the fight?!

  8. @Charles Reid

    The first hay baling equipment was invented in the late 1800s. These early baling machines were stationary, and the hay had to come to it. Hay was carried by hand to wagons that then took the hay to these early balers, where the machine pressed the hay into square bales.

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