GP | | Western
Tired of cow-punching for a living, two Montana cowboys rob a bank and flee but their employer's sons chase after them.
Filming for this picture took place in Nogales, Arizona exactly 30 years after William Holden had shot his first western, Arizona (1940), also in Nogales. That Columbia Pictures release became one of the most successful films of its year, and strengthened the young actor's career.
You show me an old cowboy, a young cowboy or an in between cowboy with more than a few dollars in his poke and I'll show a cowboy that stopped being a cowboy and robbed banks.
Frank Post: Well, let's rob us a bank.
Ross Bodine: It'll be safer than getting married.
Originally released theatrically at 106 minutes; the extended "Director's Cut" runs 136 minutes.