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On a chilly Missouri day in 1932, ten lawmen and one civilian set off to apprehend two local bandits at a nearby farmhouse. Although trouble was not expected, the result was the deadliest gunfight in the history of American law enforcement...
This is a true story.
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Synopsis and Script for "Come On In We're Dead"
Adapted for the screen and directed by Jim Hancock
A true story......
1932, The record for the most lawmen shot dead in the history of the United States
Researched and Written for the Screen,
Royia Eller Grip & Slate
Hair and Makeup
Special Effects Makeup
Special Effects Organic
Research Material and consulting
Crime Scene Photos
Special Thanks David Cunningham
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