"The Train Robbers" is a 1973 Western film directed by Burt Kennedy and stars John Wayne, Ann-Margret, and Rod Taylor. The film follows a group of bandits who team up with a widow to recover stolen gold from a derailed train in order to repay a debt owed to her by her husband. The film features a number of action sequences, as well as comedic moments, and is generally regarded as a lighthearted, entertaining Western. "The Train Robbers" was well-received upon its release, and is considered to be one of the better Westerns made in the 1970s. The film is notable for its strong performances, particularly from John Wayne, who is considered one of the greatest Western stars of all time, and for its beautiful locations, which include several iconic Western landscapes. While "The Train Robbers" may not be one of the most highly regarded Westerns in the genre, it is still a popular and entertaining film that continues to be enjoyed by fans of the Western genre today.