Passed | | Action, Drama, Western
The journey of a prized rifle from one ill-fated owner to another parallels a cowboy's search for a murderous fugitive.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on November 12, 1951 with James Stewart reprising his film role.
Who would you be?
High Spade: High Spade Frankie Wilson... with a hyphen. That's what I sit on when I get tired.
When Lin was chasing Dutch at the end and they had just left Tascosa, they were riding through the desert full of Saguaro cactus which are native to Arizona. Tascosa is in the Texas pan handle near Amarillo.
The film's opening prologue states: This is a story of the Winchester Rifle Model 1873 "The gun that won the West" To cowman, outlaw, peace officer or soldier, the Winchester '73 was a treasured possession. An Indian would sell his soul to own one . . .