Approved | | Western
An outlaw, Bascomb, and his sidekick Yancey join a Mormon wagon train to hide out after a failed bank robbery. Bascomb undergoes a reformation as a result of his interactions with a young girl who becomes attached to him.
It's interesting to see a wedding ring on Wallace Beery's left ring finger. He was divorced from his second wife in 1939. And his character in this film is not married.
you don't care for all women, do you, Zeke?
Zeb Bascomb: No, only one. I don't know why I should because she's just as homely as an old mud fence.
Emmy: Am I?
Zeb Bascomb: I was only foolin'.
Emmy: No, it's no joke to be homely.
Zeb Bascomb: You're beautiful. You got the cutest little pug nose.
Emmy: Grandma ...
Bascomb said that he didn't want anything to do with marriage. But in one scene with Margaret O'Brien one can see Beery's wedding ring.