PG | | Action, Comedy, Western
In the Wild West, a dead Englishman's greenhorn son joins his father's old gang and becomes a real frontier-man.
It's a coincidence, of course, as this was made first, but the governor enters his office from behind the window drapes in the exact same way Mel Brooks does in "Blazing Saddles" (and it seems unlikely that Mel would have seen this picture, given its very limited U.S. release).
Sir Thomas Fitzpatrick Phillip Moore:
Stop dreaming. This is 1880. You can't evade progress forever. The West is... Well, the West is finished.
Bull Schmidt: Son, as long as we can see a sunset, there'll be a West. I guess we gonna' have to follow that sunset.
When Tom first tries shooting a gun (inside the cabin), the gun alternates from being in his right hand (in frontal shots) to being his left hand (in back shots).
The Spanish VHS version which obtains Warner Bros Home Videos & United Artists logos, is cut about 30 min of footage and is also Pan & Scanned. Scenes cut: