Approved | | Comedy, Western
After a professional gambler kills a Confederate soldier, he finds a map pinpointing the location in the desert where stolen army gold bullion is buried and he plans to retrieve it but others are searching for it too.
Excluding action during the credits, this film features approximately 665 shots in 5560 seconds - an Average Shot Length (ASL) of about 8.4 seconds.
You're gonna have to tell me why you called her Billee in the first place.
Sheriff John H. Copperud: Her Ma and me were tryin' to make a boy.
Lewton Cole: You weren't even close!
Shortly after Cole, the Sheriff, and Sgt Fogger enter the Army camp while chasing the Shoemaker, the dialog leads Capt Shipley to the Shoemakers saddlebags for the stolen Army gold. When the Capt picks up the saddlebag that is supposed to contain 100 pounds of gold he picks it up as though it weighs nothing.
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