Approved | | Western
A Confederate veteran living in the Yankee North struggles with his son's shock induced muteness and the hate of the Northerners.
David Ladd gets an introducing credit during the opening credits but he had previously appeared with Alan Ladd in the 1957 Warner Brothers film The Big Land.
I'd like a little respect. I told you before I don't like people I'm talkin' to to walk away from me. Look at me! You look at me when I talk to you.
John Chandler: I'm lookin', but I don't see anything.
The opening scene - supposedly Illinois - shows a tall mountain range. There are no mountains in Illinois.
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