Passed | | Western
A good-natured cowboy who is romancing the new schoolmarm has a crisis of conscience when he discovers his best friend is engaged in cattle rustling.
Well, who's talkin' to you?
The Virginian: I'm talkin' to you, Trampas!
Trampas: When I want to know anything from you, I'll tell ya, you long-legged son-of-a -...
The Virginian: If you want to call me that, smile!
Trampas: With a gun against my belly, I - I always smile!
Although the story spans the late 1870's through the early 1880's, Molly refers to her grandfather being killed in the Cherry Valley Massacre. As that took place in 1778, at least 100 years earlier, that seems highly unlikely.
This movie was also issued in a silent version, with film length of 2257.65 meters.
Bury Me Not On the Lone Prairie
Hummed and sung by Richard Arlen
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