With James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Gary Lockwood, BarBara Luna, Ed Begley, James Best, Inger Stevens, Dean Jagger, Jay C. Flippen, Jack Elam, Jacqueline Scott, Brooke Bundy, Robert Porter, Morgan Woodward, John Qualen, Louise Latham, Athena Lorde, Slim Duncan, Kitty Kelly, Bill McKinney
Firecreek is a 1968 western movie directed by Vincent McEveety and starring James Stewart and Henry Fonda in his second role as an antagonist that year. The film is similar to High Noon in that it features an entire town of cowards refusing to help a peace officer against outlaws. Stewart plays an unlikely hero, forced into action when his conscience will not permit evil to continue.
Stewart and Fonda's first film together had been the musical comedy On Our Merry Way two decades earlier, and they made The Cheyenne Social Club two years after Firecreek. They had also both appeared in How the West Was Won but had no scenes together despite playing best friends.