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Fort Marcy's commandant has a dilemma when 3 outlaws, who killed a few Navajo for their horses, request protection from the vengeful Indians.
According to the "In Hollywood" column, by Erskine Johnson (syndicated by NEA), Terry Gilkyson, the Montana cowboy author of "Cry of the Wild Goose," was hired for a film role in "Slaughter Trail", whereupon he fell off his horse and broke his arm. (San Bernardino Daily Sun, San Bernardino, California, Thursday 22 March 1951, Volume LVII, Number 174, page 6.)
You know, I can look into your eyes and see you have led a gay, romantic life. If I'm not too personal, what do you do for a living?
Rufus Black: I sell coffins!
In the dance social scene, the guitar player is playing a 1940's model Gibson F-hole guitar.