Three Hours to Kill released November 4, 1954 (USA).
Three Hours to Kill (1954) is an American Western film directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring Dana Andrews and Donna Reed.
The movie was originally known as The Long Gray Line, a reference to the unbroken line of officers produced by West Point over the years.
A New York Times review mused: "It's hard to imagine how Dana Andrews and Donna Reed, the latter still clutching last year's supporting actress Oscar, got involved in the lukewarm little Columbia western ... However, the performances are competent enough."