Approved | | Drama, Musical, Romance
At the end of the Civil War, a Confederate team is ordered to rob a Union payroll train but the war ends leaving these men with their Union loot, until the Feds come looking for it.
Although originally slated to be an inexpensive "B" picture, it was upgraded to an "A" feature with a $1-million budget when Elvis Presley was signed to star.
Listen, Brett, we didn't steal this money. We took it in battle, fair and square. It's what they call "spoils of war", like capturing a horse or anything else. We didn't know the war was over, and neither did the Federals. So it's still prize money.
When the brothers try to coerce the other former soldiers into turning in the money, they disarm the three. As the camera angles switch, one guy has his jacket covering his holster, then it is exposed with the gun still in it, then switches back to being concealed.
Opening credits prologue: April 10, 1865
Coloured version was released in early 1990's unofficially.
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