PG | | Drama, Western
Ace Bonner returns to Arizona several years after he abandoned his family, Junior Bonner is a wild young man. Against the typical rodeo championship, family drama erupts.
Background to the scene between McQueen and Preston at the Prescott train station. Prescott's first railroad arrived on December 31, 1886. The depot was built by the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway, also known as the "Peavine", in 1907. Designed in a Mission Revival style of poured concrete with a barrel tile roof, it occupies a prominent location at the north end of Cortez Street and was the center of shipping and receiving in Yavapai County. The tracks were last in use on December 31, 1986, the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the railroad. The tracks were removed and the Depot, long empty, has now been restored and converted to use as professional offices. The iron bridge seen in the distance still stands. It crosses a creek once worked by gold miners in the 19C.
Junior 'JR' Bonner:
That was a nice float you had, Curley.
Curly Bonner: Finished second in the commercial division.
Junior 'JR' Bonner: Well, second's better than third.
When Ace and Junior are sharing a bottle of whiskey, the bottle jumps from Ace's right hand to his left between shots.