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In 1909, when John Fain's gang kidnaps Jacob McCandles' grandson and holds him for ransom, Big Jake sets out to rescue the boy.
Prospero's soliloquy in The Tempest closes with "We are such stuff As dreams are made on...," which signifies the ephemeral nature of things wished for and never realized. This line was appropriated by Humphrey Bogart's character Sam Spade in the ... ...
What do you do when cockroaches get in the woodwork, Michael?
James McCandles: Smoke 'em out?
Jake: That's right.
Michael McCandles: Why not wait for them to make the first move?
Jake: Because waiting is good for them and bad for us. You get impatient, nervy, careless and maybe dead.
At 1:10 Mich McCandles is helping his brother carry the big box up the stairs of the hotel. He has his scoped-rifle slung over his left shoulder, it catches on the top of stairwell, almost pulling him over. A few seconds later as they carry the box into the hotel room the rifle is slung over his right shoulder.