Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Western
A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of the local bad guy.
Although Harry Carey Jr. was listed in the credits on-screen, he does not appear in the picture. Carey had a drinking problem at the time. He called director Howard Hawks "Howard" instead of "Mr. Hawks" on one of his first days on the set, infuriating Hawks. His contract, ... ...
John T. Chance:
Joe, you're under arrest.
Colorado (Ricky Nelson) tells the sheriff (John Wayne) that he and Dude are the only ones who saw the shooting. The sheriff says they are only ones who are willing to testify. The sheriff was knocked out cold by Dude hitting him on the head before the shooting in the saloon. The sheriff is lying on the ground, not moving at all. Furthermore, he's lying on his stomach, on the floor and his back is facing the shooting done by Joe. He would be unable to see any of the events after he was hit over the head by Dude. Therefore, he could not testify in court about any aspect of the shooting. Even if he was awake and listening, but not moving, he would have heard very little because no one speaks in the saloon before, during, or after the shooting.
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