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Bozic in the film twice refers to riderless horses as "empty horses". This is likely to be a reference to director Michael Curtiz, with whom Errol Flynn had worked on The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936) (and whom Flynn detested). When wanting to see stray horses wandering through the battle, Curtiz directed the wranglers to "bring on the empty horses." When David Niven and Flynn cracked up laughing, Curtiz responded with, 'You people, you think I know fuck nothing; I tell you: I know fuck all". Niven later made this "Curtizism" immortal by titling his autobiography:"Bring On the Empty Horses".
The regular stagecoach stops here overnight. They don't have to sit up all night, bouncing their brains out!
Sacha Bozic: It is not my brains is tired!
Henrietta: Well *use* them then, and get us on the regular stagecoach!
Sacha Bozic: Look, Tuesday it is last night we played already.....
As he lies dead in Flynn's arms, John Litel blinks at least twice.
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