G | | Comedy, Romance, Western
A con artist arrives in a mining town controlled by two competing companies. Both companies think he's a famous gunfighter and try to hire him to drive the other out of town.
At the end of the movie Jug (Jack Elam) presents an epilogue about the fate of the main characters from the caboose of the moving train. As for himself, he mentions that he goes on to star in spaghetti westerns. Actually, he is ironically referring ... ...
Let's keep the record straight. I'm not your Lat. I'm neither one's Lat. I'm sorry if I caused you any grief. I'm sorry I took your money. Now, I'm gonna' tell you something. It's about love. Love don't work, unless both people give. You gotta' give...
Patience repeatedly says she wants to attend "Miss Hunter's College on the Hudson River, New York, For Young Ladies of Good Families." Hunter College was named for its founder and first president Thomas Hunter (not a "miss") and at the time of the movie was still known as the "Female Normal and High School."