Not Rated | | Drama, Western
In 1862, Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads compete westward across the wilderness toward California.
The company had rented many local pinto horses for the filming of the Indian attack on the train. During filming, however, local cowboys had to be hired to round up the horses, as they would scatter and sometimes stampede because of the noise and ... ...
Look here, Butler. You and your railroad cutthroat can't bully me.
Jeff Butler: He called you a cutthroat, Fiesta.
Fiesta: Heh, heh. He knows me pretty well.
All handguns shown are the Colt Single-Action Army Model of 1873. The Golden Spike was driven at Promontory Point in 1869, four years before this revolver model was made.
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