Approved | | Drama, Western
A fiercely independent cowboy gets himself locked up in prison to escape with an old friend.
After Kirk Douglas read "The Brave Cowboy" by Edward Abbey, he purchased the rights to it and gave the project to his Communist friend Dalton Trumbo. Douglas said Trumbo's screenplay was perfect, the best he had ever read, and he didn't change one word of it.
Time we took off, too.
When Jack settles down to sleep after breaking out, he rubs his lower jaw where his tooth was knocked out. He pulls the tooth out of his pocket, but that molar is an upper one, not a lower one.
the credits at the beginning of the film use a font with uppercase consonants and lower case vowels (of various sizes) , but for the names only.