Approved | | Romance, Western
When Trace Jordan's brother is murdered by members of the land-grabbing Sutton family he vows to report this injustice to the nearest Army fort.
According to Tab Hunter's autobiography, studio executives were so displeased by Natalie Wood's "Mexican" accent that they even considered dubbing in another actress's voice.
Maria Christina Colton:
They think they can treat me like those girls in the dance hall.
Trace Jordon: I'm sorry. I know how you must feel.
Maria Christina Colton: You can't. You are a man.
During the Sutton gang's battle with the Native Americans, one of the gang is hit in the back with a thrown tomahawk and falls off his horse towards the camera. He falls off too late, and rolls right into the camera's shadow and seemingly knocks right into the camera itself.