Dawn Rider

Synopsis: After his father is killed, John Mason is willing to turn the world inside out to find the man responsible. What he doesn't know is the killer might be in his own house.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Terry Miles
Production: Nasser Group Inc.
  1 win.
94 min

and Jessie's still up

in Denver.

Express is fixin' to leave

tomorrow without an escort.

Just thought

you should know.

All right.

Where's that bottle?

Coffee's on the stove.

You comin'?

I make it a habit

not to get involved

in government affairs.

What is it?

Railway workers' pay

is comin' up this month.

It'll mean

some good money.

We don't rob

the Express.

We might make

an exception.

All right, I'll be

with you in a minute.

Unless you got

a problem with that?

I'm hoping you gentlemen

might put down those weapons

and make me rich.

We're deliverin'

the mail.

You don't mind

if we take a look?

There's nothing

valuable here.

Well, you'll forgive me

if I don't take your

word for it, won't you?

Don't do it!


Son of a bitch!

Let's get out of here.




Dad! Dad!



Yeah, he's...

He's okay.




No, no Spanish, Dad.

Come on, no Spanish.

Not Spanish! English!

Oh, shit.

Oh, Dad!

Let's see

what we got, boys!

A good man is dead!

Do you remember

when we got these?

I saw an opportunity.

Different kind of outlaw.


Pick it up.

You'll draw?

I'll draw.

Hardly seems fair.


You don't have to do this.

We plan everything

in great fuckin' detail.

No unnecessary violence.

Any questions?

Hell, what are we

gonna do with him?

Feed him to the pigs.



Well, almost all of us here

got hogs and no offense,

but he'd make some

good eatin' for 'em.

We'll figure it.

Well, that'd be great.

Slow down now.

They did you

a good one there.

It's just a scratch.

Real sorry about Dad.

Me, too.

Maybe they did get me

pretty good.

John Mason.

Rudd Gordon.

I'm really sorry

to hear about Dad.


Not half as sorry as

those masked assholes

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