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The period is the 1820's and the first wagon train leaves Independence heading west to Santa Fe. In order to maintain his power, the ruthless Official at Santa Fe must not let them arrive ... See full summary »
Directorial debut of William Witney. NOTE: The original director was Ray Taylor, but when he fell far behind schedule--crew members interviewed years later said that he often showed up for work drunk or began drinking early on the set, which was why production fell behind so much--he was removed and Witney, who was an assistant director, was told by the studio to finish the picture.
Get your men under cover and don't fire until I give you the signal.
The "mule" Roberto, introduced in Chapter Seven, is actually a small horse which has been made up to look like a mule. I know modern mules have long tail hair, but this movie is set at a time before they were even bred, and the word "mule" meant the same thing as "donkey." Even its braying is fake and has been dubbed.
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