Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
WW2 veteran Lucky Gagin arrives in a New Mexico border-town intent on revenging against mobster Frank Hugo but FBI agent Bill Retz, who also wants Hugo, tries to keep Gagin out of trouble.
Filmed in Santa Fe, the burning of Zozobra, which began in 1924, is still an annual festival occurring in September.
She has a dead fish where her heart ought to be.
Opening scene at the Bus Station, Montgomery walks over to gum machine to insert his coin, but gum package is already present before he inserts it.
The main title card reads, "as LUCKY GAGIN in RIDE THE PINK HORSE." The film's title is in far smaller type than the character name.
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