The Magnificent Seven


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Adventure, Drama
Release Year: 1960
Country: USA
Runtime: 128
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English, Spanish
Director: John Sturges
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • They were seven – And they fought like seven hundred!
  • The Magnificent One!

  • Writing by: Akira Kurosawa – (screenplay "Shichinin no samurai") uncredited &
    Shinobu Hashimoto – (screenplay "Shichinin no samurai") uncredited &
    Hideo Oguni – (screenplay "Shichinin no samurai") uncredited
    William Roberts – (screenplay)
    Walter Bernstein – uncredited and
    Walter Newman – uncredited

    Produced by: Walter Mirisch – executive producer
    Lou Morheim – associate producer
    John Sturges – producer

    Cast: Yul Brynner – Chris Adams
    Eli Wallach – Calvera
    Steve McQueen – Vin
    Charles Bronson – Bernardo OReilly
    Robert Vaughn – Lee
    Brad Dexter – Harry Luck
    James Coburn – Britt
    Horst Buchholz – Chico
    Jorge Martínez de Hoyos – Hilario (as Jorge Martinez de Hoyas)
    Vladimir Sokoloff – Old man
    Rosenda Monteros – Petra

    Music: Elmer Bernstein
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    Plot Outline: An oppressed Mexican peasant village assembles seven gunfighters to help defend their homes.
    Plot: A bandit terrorizes a small Mexican farming village each year. Several of the village elders send three of the farmers into the United States to search for gunmen to defend them. They end up with 7, each of whom comes for a different reason. They must prepare the town to repulse an army of over 100 bandits who will arrive wanting food. An Americanization of the film, Shichinin no samurai (1954)

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    At one point during the credits, you can hear Tiffany say “We belong dead”, and at the very end, after a rockn roll song is played, Chucky says “Thats more like it”, followed by his evil laughter.

    Goofs: We know about 17 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: In the opening scene, when Calvera is complaining about religion, he takes the cup to drink in his left hand. As he sits at the table and finishes complaining, the cup is switches to his right hand.

    Trivia: There are 22 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Robert Vaughn played the role of Lee in the film. He later came back to star in the TV series "The Magnificent Seven" (1998) playing Judge Oren Travis.
    • Elmer Bernstein, whose score for this movie is one of the best-known ever composed, also wrote the score for the parody of this film, ¡Three Amigos! (1986).
    • Yul Brynner was married on the set; the celebration used many of the same props as the fiesta scene.


Hang Em High


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Crime, Drama
Release Year: 1968
Country: USA
Runtime: 114
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Ted Post
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • The hanging was the best show in town. But they made two mistakes. They hung the wrong man and they didnt finish the job.
  • High Adventure!

  • Writing by: Leonard Freeman – (written by) and
    Mel Goldberg – (written by)

    Produced by: Leonard Freeman – producer
    Irving L. Leonard – associate producer (as Irving Leonard)
    Robert Stambler – supervising producer

    Cast: Clint Eastwood – Marshal Jed Cooper
    Inger Stevens – Rachel Warren
    Ed Begley – Captain Wilson, Cooper Hanging Party
    Pat Hingle – Judge Adam Fenton
    Ben Johnson – Marshal Dave Bliss
    Charles McGraw – Sheriff Ray Calhoun, Red Creek
    Ruth White – Madame Peaches Sophie
    Bruce Dern – Miller, One of the 3 rustlers, and murderer
    Alan Hale Jr. – Matt Stone, Cooper Hanging Party
    Arlene Golonka – Jennifer, the Prostitute
    James Westerfield – Prisoner

    Music: Dominic Frontiere
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    Plot Outline: When an innocent man barely survives a lynching, he returns as a lawman determined to bring the vigilantes to justice.
    Plot: A band of vigilantes catch Jed Cooper and, incorrectly believing him guilty of cattle rustling and murder, hang him and leave him for dead. But he doesnt die. He returns to his former profession of lawman to hunt down his lynchers and bring them to justice.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    During the Columbia logo presentation, Bill Frisells guitar playing the Columbia accompanying music is heard, rather than the usual orchestral version.

    Goofs: We know about 22 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Crew or equipment visible: The shadow of the cameraman as Jed Cooper walks into the saloon.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Sergio Leone was approached to direct this film, but he turned it down since he was working on Cera una volta il West (1968) at the time.
    • The first film produced by Clint Eastwoods Malpaso Company.
    • Reportedly, producer Leonard Freeman clashed with director Ted Post during production. One day Freeman showed up on the set, issuing orders and taking charge. Post wanted to confront him, but Clint Eastwood intervened. Eastwood spoke to Freeman, and Freeman left the set and didnt return. What he said was, “If you show up on this set again, there wont be a set … wont be a cast, wont be a crew.”


High Plains Drifter


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Drama, Thriller
Release Year: 1973
Country: USA
Runtime: 105
Rating: 5.5 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Clint Eastwood
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • Welcome to Hell
  • Theyd never forget the day he drifted into town.
  • They didnt know his face – They didnt know his name. But theyd never forget the day he drifted into town.

  • Writing by: Ernest Tidyman – (written by)
    Dean Riesner – uncredited

    Produced by: Robert Daley – producer
    Jennings Lang – executive producer

    Cast: Clint Eastwood – The Stranger
    Verna Bloom – Sarah Belding
    Marianna Hill – Callie Travers (as Mariana Hill)
    Mitch Ryan – Dave Drake (as Mitchell Ryan)
    Jack Ging – Morgan Allen
    Stefan Gierasch – Mayor Jason Hobart
    Ted Hartley – Lewis Belding
    Billy Curtis – Mordecai
    Geoffrey Lewis – Stacey Bridges
    Scott Walker – Bill Borders
    Walter Barnes – Sheriff Sam Shaw

    Music: Dee Barton
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    Plot Outline: A gunfighting stranger comes to the small settlement of Lago and is hired to bring the townsfolk together in an attempt to hold off three outlaws who are on their way.
    Plot: A stranger rides out of the hot desert into a small town in the wild west. The towns people are scared of him, and 3 gunmen try, unsuccessfully, to kill him. He takes a room and decides to stay. Meanwhile, a group of outlaws are about to return to the town and take their revenge – will the towns leaders convince the mysterious man to help ?

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    No hippies or republicans were harmed in this film

    Goofs: We know about 7 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: The level of The Strangers beer while watching the carriage as the men practice shooting at the dummies.

    Trivia: There are 6 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • One of the headstones in the graveyard bears the name Sergio Leone as a tribute.
    • Other headstones bear the names of Don Siegel (I) (Eastwoods director on five films, four of which preceded this one), and Brian G. Hutton (director of Where Eagles Dare (1968) and Kellys Heroes (1970)). Patrick McGilligans 2002 Eastwood biography quotes the star as saying, “I buried my directors.”
    • Editing of the film was done in a log cabin on the shores of Mono Lake.


A Man Called Horse


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Adventure, Drama
Release Year: 1970
Country: USA
Runtime: 114
Rating: 7 (0)
Languages: English, Sioux
Director: Elliot Silverstein
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • A man called "Horse" becomes an Indian warrior in the most electrifying ritual ever seen!

  • Writing by: Jack DeWitt – writer
    Dorothy M. Johnson – story

    Produced by: Frank Brill – associate producer
    Sandy Howard – producer

    Cast: Richard Harris – John Morgan
    Judith Anderson – Buffalo Cow Head (as Dame Judith Anderson)
    Jean Gascon – Batise
    Manu Tupou – Yellow Hand
    Corinna Tsopei – Running Deer
    Dub Taylor – Joe
    James Gammon – Ed
    William Jordan – Bent
    Eddie Little Sky – Black Eagle
    Michael Baseleon – Longfoot
    Lina Marín – Thorn Rose

    Music: Lloyd One Star Leonard Rosenman
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    Plot Outline: In 1825 an English aristocrat is captured by Indians. He lives with them and begins to understand/accept their lifestyles…
    Plot: In 1825 an English aristocrat is captured by Indians. He lives with them and begins to understand/accept their lifestyles. Eventually he is accepted as part of the tribe and becomes their leader.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The credits are in the form of newspaper headlines.

    Goofs: We know about 33 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: The bullet hole blasted in the wooden frame near Colorados head disappears.

    Trivia: There are 18 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • There are only two close-ups in the movie: Joe firing his gun and Dudes hands trying to roll a cigarette.
    • The sets in Old Tucson are built to 7/8th scale, so the performers look larger than life.
    • Although Harry Carey Jr. was listed in the credits on-screen, he does not appear in the picture. Carey had a drinking problem at the time. He called director Howard Hawks “Howard” instead of “Mr. Hawks” on one of his first days on the set, infuriating Hawks. His contract, including his pay and his screen credit, was honored, but his part (a townsman) was cut.


Rio Bravo


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Romance, Drama
Release Year: 1959
Country: USA
Runtime: 141
Rating: 7 (0)
Languages: English, Spanish
Director: Howard Hawks
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • John Wayne The big guy with the battered hat… and Dean Martin the ragged woman-wrecked castoff called Dude… and Ricky Nelson The rockin babyfaced gunfisted kid… And Time Was Running Out Through Bullet Holes At Howard Hawks "Rio Bravo"
  • Youve seen nothing like em together… and in the heat and hate of Rio Bravo nothing can tear em apart!
  • John Wayne The big guy with the battered hat… and Dean Martin the ragged woman-wrecked castoff called Dude… and Ricky Nelson The rockin babyfaced gunfisted kid… And Time Was Running Out Through Bullet Holes At Howard Hawks "Rio Bravo" JOHN WAYNE The big guy with the battered hat… and DEAN MARTIN the ragged woman-wrecked castoff called Dude… and RICKY NELSON the rockin babyfaced gunfisted kid… AND TIME WAS RUNNING OUT THROUGH BULLET HOLES AT Howard Hawks RIO BRAVO ravo"

  • Writing by: Jules Furthman – (screenplay) and
    Leigh Brackett – (screenplay)
    B.H. McCampbell – (short story)

    Produced by: Howard Hawks – producer

    Cast: John Wayne – Sheriff John T. Chance
    Dean Martin – Dude (Borachón)
    Ricky Nelson – Colorado Ryan
    Angie Dickinson – Feathers
    Walter Brennan – Stumpy
    Ward Bond – Pat Wheeler
    John Russell – Nathan Burdette
    Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez – Carlos Robante (as Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez)
    Estelita Rodriguez – Consuela Robante
    Claude Akins – Joe Burdette
    Malcolm Atterbury – Jake (stage driver)

    Music: Dimitri Tiomkin
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    Plot Outline: A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter…
    Plot: A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of the local bad guy.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The credits are in the form of newspaper headlines.

    Goofs: We know about 33 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: The bullet hole blasted in the wooden frame near Colorados head disappears.

    Trivia: There are 18 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • There are only two close-ups in the movie: Joe firing his gun and Dudes hands trying to roll a cigarette.
    • The sets in Old Tucson are built to 7/8th scale, so the performers look larger than life.
    • Although Harry Carey Jr. was listed in the credits on-screen, he does not appear in the picture. Carey had a drinking problem at the time. He called director Howard Hawks “Howard” instead of “Mr. Hawks” on one of his first days on the set, infuriating Hawks. His contract, including his pay and his screen credit, was honored, but his part (a townsman) was cut.


Brothers in Arms


Category: Western
All Genres: Western
Release Year: 2005
Country: USA
Runtime: 85
Rating: 6.6 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Jean-Claude La Marre
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • A revisionist western
  • Old West. New Soul. Big Payback.

  • Writing by: Jean-Claude La Marre – (story)
    Jean-Claude La Marre – (screenplay) &
    Antonio Olivas – (screenplay) (as Tyger Torrez)

    Produced by: Lila Aviv – producer
    Albert C. Chevalier – associate producer
    Garry Guerrier – associate producer
    Ken Halsband – producer
    Karen Hartjen – associate producer
    Larry Flash Jenkins – associate producer
    Jean-Claude La Marre – producer
    Liz La Marre – co-producer
    Kenya Moore – co-producer

    Cast: David Carradine – Driscoll
    Gabriel Casseus – Linc
    Antwon Tanner – Zane
    Kenya Moore – Mara
    Raymond Cruz – Reverend
    Kurupt – Kansas
    Ed Lauter – Mayor Crawley
    Clifton Powell – Doc Willoby
    Peter Greene – Burt
    Jared Day – Wolvertons Nephew
    David Gianopoulos – Wolverton

    Music: Aimee-Lynn Chadwick Chioke Dmachi Flexx London Thompson
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    Plot Outline: Set in the 25th century, the story centers around a man and a woman who rebel against their rigidly controlled society.
    Plot: George Lucas adapted this, his first film, from a short he made at University. THX 1138, LUH 3417, and SEN 5241 attempt to escape from a futuristic society located beneath the surface of the Earth. The society has outlawed sex, with drugs used to control the people. THX 1138 stops taking the drugs, and gets LUH 3417 pregnant. They are both thrown in jail where they meet SEN 5241 and start to plan their escape.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The Warner Bros. logo is preceded by a trailer for a Buck Rogers serial (or in early versions, a one-minute scene from Things to Come (1936)).

    Goofs: We know about 4 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: SRTs headphones as he gets into car.

    Trivia: There are 26 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • George Lucas claims that the scene where technicians mess with THXs nervous system, sending him into comical spasms, was drawn from his antipathy towards the doctors who treated him after his near-fatal car crash as a youth.
    • The underground chase near the end was shot in a not-yet-completed segment of the BART subway system in San Francisco.
    • The music playing during the end credits is the first movement from Johann Sebastian Bachs St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244.


Bad Girls


Category: Western
All Genres: Western
Release Year: 1994
Country: USA
Runtime: 99
Rating: 2.6 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • It was a dangerous time to be a woman. And a good time to have friends.

  • Writing by: Albert S. Ruddy – (story) &
    Charles Finch – (story) &
    Gray Frederickson – (story)
    Ken Friedman – (screenplay) and
    Yolande Turner – (screenplay) (as Yolande Finch)

    Produced by: William Fay – co-producer
    Charles Finch – producer
    Bruce Meade – producer
    Andre Morgan – producer
    Lynda Obst – executive producer
    Albert S. Ruddy – producer

    Cast: Madeleine Stowe – Cody Zamora
    Mary Stuart Masterson – Anita Crown
    Andie MacDowell – Eileen Spenser
    Drew Barrymore – Lilly Laronette
    James Russo – Kid Jarrett
    James LeGros – William Tucker
    Robert Loggia – Frank Jarrett
    Dermot Mulroney – Josh McCoy
    Jim Beaver – Pinkerton Detective Graves
    Nick Chinlund – Pinkerton Detective OBrady
    Neil Summers – Ned, Jarrett Gang

    Music: Jerry Goldsmith
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    Plot Outline: Four prostitutes join together to travel the Old West.
    Plot: Four former harlots try to leave the wild west (Colorado, to be exact) and head north to make a better life for themselves. Unfortunately someone from Codys past wont let it happen that easily.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 3 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The third season episode “The Littlest Yarbo” replaces the shows usual closing credits theme with “Maybe Tomorrow”, the theme song from the 1980s TV series “The Littlest Hobo.”

    Goofs: We know about 3 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: In the scene where Anita tries to rescue Eileen from prison, the rope can be seen around the bars before the scene, where Anita ties the rope.

    Trivia: There are 4 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Tamra Davis started as director of this film, with a script written by Yolande Turner and Becky Johnston. A few weeks into filming, the production company became unhappy with the direction the film was taking. They shut down production, replaced Davis with Jonathan Kaplan, had the script rewritten and sent the four main actresses off to “cowboy camp” to learn how to shoot, rope and ride.
    • The video release of this film contains a few frames of nudity that did not appear in the theatrical release.
    • Bad Girls was begun with Tamra Davis directing, but after a few days of shooting, she was replaced by Jonathan Kaplan. The script and all footage shot were scrapped, and a completely new script was written, with new characters and a new plot. Nothing remained of the original project but some (not all) of the leading actresses. Two weeks later, filming resumed.


The Long Riders


Category: Western
All Genres: Western
Release Year: 1980
Country: USA
Runtime: 99
Rating: 5.5 (0)
Languages: Swedish, English
Director: Walter Hill
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • "All the world likes an outlaw. For some damn reason they remember em." – Jesse James

  • Writing by: Bill Bryden – (written by) &
    Steven Smith – (written by) (as Steven Phillip Smith) &
    Stacy Keach – (written by) &
    James Keach – (written by)
    Walter Hill – uncredited

    Produced by: James Keach – executive producer
    Stacy Keach – executive producer
    Tim Zinnemann – producer

    Cast: David Carradine – Cole Younger
    Keith Carradine – Jim Younger
    Robert Carradine – Bob Younger
    James Keach – Jesse James
    Stacy Keach – Frank James
    Dennis Quaid – Ed Miller
    Randy Quaid – Clell Miller
    Kevin Brophy – John Younger
    Harry Carey Jr. – George Arthur
    Christopher Guest – Charlie Ford
    Nicholas Guest – Bob Ford

    Music: Ry Cooder
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    Plot Outline: The origins, exploits and the ultimate fate of the Jesse James gang is told in a sympathetic portrayal of the bank robbers made up of brothers who begin their legendary bank raids because of revenge.
    Plot: The origins, exploits and the ultimate fate of the Jesse James gang is told in a sympathetic portrayal of the bank robbers made up of brothers who begin their legendary bank raids because of of revenge.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The credits first say “Twentieth-Century Fox presents a Cinemascope Picture in Cinemascope 55″, and then they go on to say “Darryl F. Zanuck presents Rodgers and Hammersteins The King and I”.

    Goofs: We know about 4 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Bob Younger is thrown from his horse in Northfield, Minnesota, and in the next two shots of him as he struggles to his feet under fire, he is holding a revolver in each hand. When the shot next cuts to him, he is frantically working and firing a Winchester 1866 (Yellow-boy) rifle. Presumably this came from the boot in his horses saddle, but he has had barely a second in which to retrieve it.

    Trivia: There are 6 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Cameo: [Bill Bryden (I)] the saloon singer. Bryden co-wrote the script.
    • Stuart Mossman, who played the “Engineer,” was a renowned guitar maker and friend of the three Carradine brothers, who all owned Mossman guitars.
    • The film stars four sets of actual brothers: the Carradines, the Keachs, the Quaids and the Guests.


Loves Abiding Joy


Category: Western
All Genres: Western
Release Year: 2006
Country: USA
Runtime: 87
Rating: 6.6 (0)
Languages: Spanish, English, French, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, French Sign Language
Director: Michael Landon Jr.
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • 11 directors, 11 stories, 1 film.

  • Writing by: Michael Landon Jr. – (teleplay) &
    Douglas Lloyd McIntosh – (teleplay) and
    Bridget Terry – (teleplay)
    Michael Landon Jr. – (television story) &
    Douglas Lloyd McIntosh – (television story)
    Janette Oke – (novel)

    Produced by: Brian Gordon – producer (as Brian J. Gordon)
    H. Daniel Gross – co-executive producer
    Robert Halmi Jr. – executive producer
    Michael Landon Jr. – co-executive producer
    Larry Levinson – executive producer
    Nick Lombardo – co-executive producer
    Michael Moran – co-executive producer
    Erik Olson – producer
    Amy Goldberg – co-executive producer (uncredited)

    Cast: Erin Cottrell – Missie LaHaye
    Dale Midkiff – Clark Davis
    Logan Bartholomew – Willie LaHaye
    Frank McRae – Cookie
    William Morgan Sheppard – Scottie (as W. Morgan Sheppard)
    Drew Tyler Bell – Jeff LaHaye
    Brett Coker – Mattie LaHaye
    Mae Whitman – Colette Doros
    John Laughlin – Samuel Doros
    Kevin Gage – John Abel
    Brianna Brown – Melinda Klein

    Music: Kevin Kiner
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    Plot Outline: The continued Westward journey of settlers Missie and Willie Lahaye. Their roots now firmly planted as they set up homestead in the far West…
    Plot: The continued Westward journey of settlers Missie and Willie Lahaye. Their roots now firmly planted as they set up homestead in the far West, Missie begins to realize her passion for teaching as Willie cares for the couples young daughter Kathy while expanding the family ranch with a little help from sons Jeff and Matthew. When the frontier railroad comes to town, the pleasure of a long-promised visit from Missies father Clark is suddenly offset by the tragic death of young Kathy. As the untimely demise of their beloved daughter begins to drive an emotional wedge between Missie and Willie, the devastated father unexpectedly accepts an offer made by the powerful Samuel Doros to assume the role of town sheriff. Their faith shaken and their once close-knit bond suddenly torn asunder, Missie and Willie desperately attempt to bring their crumbling family back together as son Jeff faces a series of dangers while hopelessly falling for Doros beautiful daughter Colette.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The first episode of the second season begins with the usual credits, but instead of Father Ted, the title reads: Father Ben. It then cuts to Dougal sitting in front of the TV, watching Father Ben. Ted comes in and makes fun of the character of Father Ben, saying he has no self-awareness at all. It then cuts to the normal credits.

    Goofs: We know about 4 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Missie goes to visit Willie in town and in the picnic scene that follows, she is wearing her locket which she had sold earlier.

    Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:

The Fighting Kentuckian


Category: Western
All Genres: Western, Action, Romance
Release Year: 1949
Country: USA
Runtime: 100
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: George Waggner
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • ROUGHER, TOUGHER, MORE ROMANTIC THAT EVER! (original and reissue posters)

  • Writing by: George Waggner – (written by)

    Produced by: John Wayne – producer (uncredited)

    Cast: John Wayne – John Breen
    Vera Ralston – Fleurette De Marchand
    Philip Dorn – Col. Georges Geraud
    Oliver Hardy – Willie Paine
    Marie Windsor – Ann Logan
    John Howard – Blake Randolph
    Hugo Haas – Gen. Paul De Marchand
    Grant Withers – George Hayden
    Odette Myrtil – Madame De Marchand
    Paul Fix – Beau Merritt
    Mae Marsh – Sister Hattie

    Music: George Antheil
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    Plot Outline: In Alabama in 1818, Kentucky militiaman John Breen falls in love with a French exile and discovers a…
    Plot: In Alabama in 1818, Kentucky militiaman John Breen falls in love with a French exile and discovers a plot to steal the land her fellow exiles plan to settle on.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    In the opening credits, before the photo images of the actresses are shown, their characters are revealed by images of various animals.

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: Auto tire tracks visible in dust during wagon and horse chase scene.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Although Oliver Hardy was a good friend of John Waynes, he initially balked at acting in this movie, for fear that it would make people think that he and Stan Laurel had broken up as a team. When Laurel insisted that Hardy take the role, he acquiesced.