PG-13 | | Western
A mysterious stranger with a harmonica joins forces with a notorious desperado to protect a beautiful widow from a ruthless assassin working for the railroad.
Jason Robards showed up at the set completely drunk on the first day of filming, and Sergio Leone threatened to fire him if he ever did that again. Robards was generally well-behaved thereafter, though in June 1968, after receiving word of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, he broke ... ...
Cattle Corner Station Agent:
Hey. Hey-hey-hey-hey, if you want any tickets, you'll have to go around, eh, to, eh, the front of, eh, eh... oooh, well, I s'pose it'll be all right. The hell am *I* doin' around here if they walk in and can do as they damn please?
When Jill arrives at the station, she is one of many people leaving the train, and her baggage is carried by two men and placed beside her as she walks along, and stands on, the platform. She looks at the clock and her watch. Shortly after that she is again seen leaving the train, this time on her own, and now the two men again carry her bags from the train as she walks onto the station once more.
The film's title does not appear until the end of the final scene.
$5,321,508 (USA) (22 June 1984)
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