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In 1846, a newspaperman joins an Oregon Trail wagon train to verify rumors about the U.S. government sending troops disguised as settlers there in order to claim Oregon.
This was William Bishop's last role and last movie.
Mr. Wayne, I was looking at Mr. Ellis' gun. I noticed it has "B Company" stamped on it. That would mean its government property - or am I mistaken?
Capt. George Wayne: Your mistake could be in asking.
Although the movie takes place in 1846, it shows the soldiers using Colt Dragoon revolvers, which weren't manufactured until 1848. The only Colt revolvers before 1848 was the Colt Patterson revolver, a small caliber 5 shot revolver which was used by the Texas Rangers.
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