In 1957's Night Passage, James Stewart and Audie Murphy play against each other as brothers gone down different paths. It's also one of the movies that casts war hero Audie Murphy as a villain. Aside from that, it's noteworthy for giving Stewart a chance to play the accordion and sing. Stewart was a real accordion player since his days as a World War Two bomber pilot in England.
It's been a long time since Hollywood's had real men like those two starring in it's pictures.