R | | Western
A charming but totally ruthless criminal is sent to a remote Arizona prison. He enlists the help of his cellmates in an escape attempt with the promise of sharing his hidden loot.
The poem recited by the schoolteacher at the dedication is "Invictus" written in 1875 by William Ernest Henley.
Paris Pittman Jr.:
Anyway, start smelling around, and don't forget, I'm trusting you to keep quiet, all of you keep quiet.
The Missouri Kid: Like askin' a pack of coyotes to keep quiet about a dead horse.
After escaping from prison, Pitman visits the widow Bullard and leaves the prison mule in her corral and takes a horse. After being bitten by the snake and dying, the warden takes his body back on the horse he rode, which now is a mule again.
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