Approved | | Western
A cowboy arrives in a town, and is immediately mistaken for his twin brother who is wanted for murder
The title is a bit of a misnomer--the entire film is set in or near Triple Creek. Gils Brady may indeed be from "Red Butte," but it's never mentioned even once.
Hiram T. Cochran:
"My dear young lady, well at least my dear lady."
The story takes place in the era of stagecoaches, buckboards, wooden sidewalks, and unpaved streets, but Anne Gwynne's clothes and hairstyles are strictly 1940, from the moment she steps off the stagecoach wearing a knee length skirt, high heel shoes, a picture hat, and bobbed hair, looking like she just stepped out of the latest issue Vogue Magazine.