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During the 1860s Tucson, a pioneer woman struggles to succeed in the freight and cattle business while at risk at the hands of corrupt and violent local businessmen and rampaging Indians.
According to publicity materials, some 140 buildings representing Old Tucson were constructed on location and 1,000 locals were hired as extras. Some came from families who had settled the area, so they were essentially portraying their own ancestors.
I started this trouble for you, started by talking like a darned old woman.
Peter Muncie: Oh, straighten up. You're supposed to be the man around here.
Phoebe Titus: Not any more.
As the robbers are making their escape after blowing Phoebe's safe, Phoebe is seen leaving her home apparently tucking her shirt in. The next scene, she is still tied to her bed where the robbers put her before the robbery.