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Larry Madden returns after several years still vowing to avenge himself against the humiliating whipping he received at the hands of cattle baron Tucker Ordway.
According to Jim Newton's biography "Eisenhower: The White House Years" Ike and Mamie, who frequently screened movies at the White House, closed out 1955 with friends and associates viewing this film on New Year's Eve.
You forget on thing... a man's pride.
Reva: That's something a woman can't answer.
Larry Madden: If I had to pick a woman who could understand, I'd pick you.
Larry Madden: What's a girl like you doin' tied in with a dog like Pearlo?
Reva: Sometimes you can get sort of attached to a dog.
When Randolph Scott throws a silver peso down on the dirt street to challenge the Peso Kid, the coin rings like it was dropped on concrete.