Still seeking revenge against ranch owner Tuck Ordway for publicly whipping him years earlier and breaking up his relationship with Ordway's daughter, cowboy Larry Madden plans to oust Ordway from his ranch by having his claim to the land declared invalid. Ordway's daughter Corinna, believing Madden to be the cause of the family's recent misfortunes, is unaware that the local saloon owner also has designs upon the Ordway holdings.
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Larry Madden was riding back and THE WORD SPREAD LIKE GUNFIRE!
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According to Jim Newton's biography "Eisenhower: The White House Years" Ike and Mamie, who frequently screened movies at the White House, closed out 1955 with friends and associates viewing this film on New Year's Eve. See more
Obvious stunt double for Larry Madden (Randolph Scott) in the fight scene with the deputy under the wagon. As the wagon moves forward and the deputy grabs onto the wagon from beneath it and as the wagon clears them, it pulls them along behind it, the stunt double looks up and you can see his face, which is clearly not Randolph Scott. In addition, the double's hair is dark while Scott's hair is silvery gray. Neither the shirt nor trousers that the double is wearing match what Madden is wearing. The brown dirt stains on the double's clothes from the fight are not duplicated on Scott's clothes, and the double's gun belt is turned all the way around during the fight so that the buckle is at his back, while the shots showing Scott as Madden have the gun belt still correctly oriented. See more
[Seeing him standing at poker table
What's it been... good luck or bad since we last saw you?
Oh, a little of both.
Referenced in Joel King: Man with a Camera
It Looks Like a Big Night Tonight
Music by Egbert Van Alstyne
Lyrics by Harry Williams See more