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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.
Columbia later reused much of the action footage in Apache Ambush (1955).
I need some needles and another sack of flour for those dull-darn pies.
Solomon Warner: Those dull-darn pies are makin' you a good livin'!
Phoebe Titus: There are better ways than that to get ahead. How much are your needles?
Solomon Warner: A quarter a piece.
Phoebe Titus: Twenty-five cents! Why, you ole ...
In the scene where the Apache raiders are fleeing the cattle stampede, modern tire tracks can be seen (possibly those of the camera vehicle driving ahead of the riders).
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