A gunhand named Lane is hired by a widow, Mrs. Lowe, to find gold stolen by her husband so that she may return it and start fresh.
Cursed gold, a vanished train and a thief's widow. He'd do better walking into hell!
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Did You Know?
who had co-starred with John Wayne
in El Dorado
(1967) was his first choice for the female lead in both True Grit
(1969) and this film, but both times her schedule did not allow her to commit to the filming of either. See more
Opening scene: Lane, Jesse and others walk from the train in bright sunlight. We had previously seen:
1. Overcast skies with no shadow on the ground
2. Shadows cast from the water tower towards the hotel.
2. Shadows cast from the hotel towards the water tower.
As Lane and the others walk from the train to the station, we see shadows fall from the direction of the hotel towards the railway.
From Lane's point of view the Sun is behind Lane and shadows fall the others.
"That's your problem."
Then as the camera switches to Lane, the shadow of the building falls in a different direction. See more
All we want to know is what we rode here for.
What a gun rides anywhere for - money. The more of it the more chances you take.
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