PG | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
In Vinegaroon, Texas, former outlaw Roy Bean appoints himself the judge for the region and dispenses his brand of justice as he sees fit.
John Huston acknowledged the film's lack of success in his autobiography, "An Open Book" writing that it was not exactly a failure, " . . . but you could hardly call it a roaring success. It didn't take off, as they say. Still, there were some very good things... ...
Judge Roy Bean:
I understand you have taken exception to my calling you whores. I'm sorry. I apologize. I ask you to note that I did not call you callous-ass strumpets, fornicatresses, or low-born gutter sluts. But I did say "whores." No escaping that. And for that...
When Bean regains consciousness in the alley behind the theater, he pushes over a modern, round, galvanized garbage can.
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