Passed | | Comedy, Musical, Western
The Marx Brothers come to the rescue in the Wild West when a young man, trying to settle an old family feud so he can marry the girl he loves, runs afoul of crooks.
The film opens with Horace Greeley's famous quotation, "Go West, Young Man, go west". In actuality, the words were spoken by John Soulé; Greeley spent the rest of his life disavowing it them.
S. Quentin Quale:
Telephone? This is 1870. Don Ameche hasn't invented the telephone yet!
When Rusty is told to get water to put out the train's engine, he is seen filling up a bucket from a small tank marked "water" and partially covered by luggage. This tank, however, was part of the baggage car that had been uncoupled from the train in an earlier scene.
Opening card: Foreword: In 1851, Horace Greeley uttered a phrase that did much to change the history of these United States. He said: Go West, young man, go west. This is the story of three men who made Horace Greeley sorry he said it.
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