Passed | | Western
Unjustly accused of robbing the train he was riding home, Bill Doolin re-joins his old gang, participates in other robberies and becomes a wanted outlaw.
Film debut of William Reynolds.
I've got a rule of my own that might do you good to remember: there will be no killing unless it's forced upon us.
Bill Doolin walked out of the house and took a double load of double-ought buckshot to the chest. He was killed 24 Aug 1896 in Quay, OK. He is buried in the Boot Hill section of Summit View Cemetery, Guthrie, OK. He was killed by the famous lawman, Deputy U.S. Marshall Heck Thomas.
James Best and Hugh O'Brien, who performed in this movie, were set to perform in the movie "Old Soldiers" but both passed away while the movie was in development.