Approved | | Action, Adventure, Drama
In South America, when Jeff Dawson and Dutch Peterson's oil rigs are dynamited by local bandits, the two partners resort to risky transportation of nitroglycerin to raise money.
During filming Gary Cooper won his second Oscar for High Noon (1952), while Anthony Quinn won his first Oscar for Viva Zapata! (1952).
You smell like an animal. And you act like one.
Ward 'Paco' Conway: And you love it.
At the beginning of the film, following the destruction of the oil rig by El Gavilan's gang, the front of Dutch Peterson's hat goes from brim up, brim down, brim up again and then brim down again, in between shots. Subsequently, it is up again when Dawson and Peterson are walking along a road and picked up by a truck.
Opening credits prologue: SOUTH AMERICA
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