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  • Actors: Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea, Susan Cabot, Abbe Lane
  • Directors: Jesse Hibbs
  • Writers: George Zuckerman
  • Producers: John W. Rogers
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 21, 2012
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007TYI70K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,878 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Clay O'Mara (Audie Murphy) vows to bring justice when his father and brother are murdered by cattle rustlers. What he does not know is that three of the most prominent citizens of Santiago are behind the crime including the town sherrif, Fred Kenyon (Paul Birch). As part of his duplicitous plan to eliminate the remaining O'Mara heir, Kenyon deputizes Clay and sends him off to capture Whitey Kincade (Dan Duryea), a notorious, trigger-happy outlaw who is suspected of the murders. Instead of killing each other in a shootout, however, Clay and Whitey become worthy adversaries who forge an unlikely alliance in uncovering the truth. Ride Clear of Diablo is a classic revenge western and is enlivened by Dan Duryea's scene-stealing performance as the unrepentant, devil-may-care Whitey and a superior supporting cast that includes Susan Cabot, Russell Johnson, Abbe Lane, Jack Elam and Denver Pyle.

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The horse scenes are VERY well done.
D. Johnson
Susan Cabot was his love interest here,and the actress was never more beautiful.
David M. Goode
I would highly recommend it to all western fans.
David Seay

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By KC on July 14, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
If you like Westerns, (and even if you don't) this is a throughly enjoyable little film featuring the underrated Audie Murphy. Directed by Jesse Hibbs (who also directed Audie in his biographic film "To Hell and Back"), from the very beginning, the film never gets boring. Audie plays a young man out to search for the murderer of his brother and father, and is led by the sheriff and local lawyer to search in a seedy place called Diablo. There, he runs into 'bad guy' Dan Dureya, and this is where the film really takes off, as the screen team of Murphy and Dureya just really 'click' which is more than you can say for the romance between Murphy and Susan Cabot -- but that does not spoil this movie one iota. There's lots of shooting, intrigue and fancy riding by Murphy (who did his own stunts). Not to mention the supporting role of Russell Johnson as another local 'bad guy' and a good number of Universal's film cowboys make appearances as well. You can safely watch this film with the kids...hopefully, Universal will release Audie's 1955 film "Destry" soon!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Schryer on October 6, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Audie Murphy was the most decorated soldier of World War II. After the war he made a career in movies, mostly westerns. Because some of Murphy's westerns were routine B movies, the good ones he made have often been overlooked or under appreciated. Ride Clear of Diablo was one of Murphy's best. In it Murphy plays a man out to find the gang of cattle rustlers who killed his father and brother. A crooked sheriff -- who is involved with the rustlers -- sends him to a seedy town called Diablo to seek out a dangerous killer (played by Dan Duryea) with the expectation that Murphy's character will not come back alive. To everyone's surprise Murphy survives his encounter with Duryea, who eventually takes a liking to him. After various twists and turns of plot Murphy finally learns that the sheriff and town lawyer are the leaders of the gang of rustlers and -- with some unexpected help from bad-guy Duryea -- gets his revenge. Admittedly, this is not a great movie, but it is an exciting, well-done western which should please most western fans. I hope that someday it will be released in DVD, but I wouldn't count on it. If you're a western fan, I suggest that you get this VHS while this little gem of a western is still available.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By David M. Goode on May 1, 2009
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Ride Clear of Diablo is like any number of movies made by America's most decorated war hero,Audie Murphy.Murphy plays his typical role of a quiet,unassuming cowboy who the bad guys constantly underestimate because of his slight stature and boyish looks.Something they come to regret by the time of the final shoot-out.Susan Cabot was his love interest here,and the actress was never more beautiful.The real stand-out performance comes from Dan Duryea as a black-clad gunfighter who takes a liking to Murphy's character.Duryea steals every scene that he's in.This along with Ride a Crooked Trail is my favorite Murphy western.It's great fun and well worth a look.
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Universal Pictures presents "RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO" (1954 80 min/Color) -- Starring: Audie Murphy, Susan Cabot, Dan Duryea, Abbe Lane & Russell Johnson

Directed by Jesse Hibbs

Notorious gunslinger Whitey Kincaid (Dan Duryea) is hired by sinister forces to kill Clay O'Mara (Audie Murphy), who is out to avenge the murders of his father and brother. Instead, Kincaid befriends O'Mara, and helps him track down his family's killers. What follows is a classic shootout - who will survive?

Great role for Duryea as the snide, smirking Kincaid.

Special footnote: -- Murphy and Duryea also teamed-up, "Six Black Horses." Duryea and Murphy appeared together again in Jimmy Stewart's "Night Passage," - clearly you can see that these oaters are never out of style, the genre of Westerns will always be with us.

BIOS:
1. Jesse Hibbs Director)
Date of Birth: 11 January 1906 - Normal, Illinois
Date of Death: 4 February 1985 - Ojai, California

2. Audie Murphy [aka: Audie Leon Murphy]
Date of Birth: 20 June 1925 - Kingston, Texas
Date of Death: 28 May 1971 - near Roanoke, Virginia (plane crash)

3. Susan Cabot [aka: Harriet Shapiro]
Date of Birth: 9 July 1927 - Boston, Massachusetts
Date of Death: 10 December 1986 - Encino, California

4. Dan Duryea
Date of Birth: 23 January 1907 - White Plains, New York
Date of Death: 7 June 1968 - Hollywood, California

Mr. Jim's Ratings:
Quality of Picture & Sound: 4 Stars
Performance: 4 Stars
Story & Screenplay: 4 Stars
Overall: 4 Stars [Original Music, Cinematography & Film Editing]

Total Time: 80 min on DVD ~ Universal Pictures ~ (May 16 2000)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard J. Oravitz on February 27, 2014
Format: DVD
The Diablo in this case refers to the small outlaw stronghold that gives shelter to the devil incarnate himself, Whitey Kincade (Dan Duryea), a laughing psychotic killer who dresses in black. Town sheriff Fred Kenyon (Paul Birch) wants no part of Diablo, but that doesn't stop him and his cronies Jed Ringer (Russell Johnson) and crooked lawyer Tom Meredith (William Pullen) from pulling off holdups and rustling cattle and shifting the blame onto the outlaws over in Diablo. The big mistake that they make is by rustling the O'Mara cattle and killing both old man O'Mara and his son, who just happen to be Clay O'Mara's (Audie Murphy) father and brother.
Clay, a railroad surveyor, arrives in Santiago to see what has been done to arrest the killers. Mistaken for a greenhorn Clay is deputized and sent to Diablo to bring in Whitey Kincade, assuring sheriff Kenyon of Clay's demise and the tidying up of all loose ends. But Clay is not the pushover he appears to be, outdrawing the psycho Kincade and bringing him in for trial. And that's just the beginning of Clay and Whitey's quirky relationship of honor and respect for each other as the both of them unravel the sheriff's plot and ultimate justice is meted out.
RIDE CLEAR OF DIABLO is probably both Audie Murphy and Dan Duryea's best Western, especially memorable for Duryea's laughing, fun loving portrayal of a gunslinger who appears to value fair play and yet would giggle over the victim of one of his shootings. As others have stated, Duryea steals every scene he's in and this just may be his best role ever. Audie compliments him well with a slight grin and some pithy dialogue. Kincade gives O'Mara some life saving smarts, and O'Mara leaves Kincade with some sense of self respect.
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