Passed | | Western
In 1871 Dakota, two crooked businessmen oppose the local wheat farmers and the railroad development, in order to control the town of Fargo.
Frank Borzage was originally slated to produce and direct this film.
Papa says you are a gun-totin', high-bindin' tinhorn gambler.
John Devlin: Well Papa shouldn't talk like that in front of the children.
When Devlin is tossed out of Poli's house, he tumbles down the steps with his head toward the right of the porch. But on the cut to the close-up, he completes the fall with his head toward the left, a complete mismatch from the previous shot.