PG | | Action, Adventure, Drama
A runaway teenager and a mixed-race horse breeder strike an unlikely friendship in the context of common hardships.
This movie was the first film of a three picture contract that star Charles Bronson had with producer Dino De Laurentiis. The second and third movies of this three picture deal were The Stone Killer (1973) and The White Buffalo (1977). Bronson's earlier film for de Laurentiis, The Valachi Papers (1972) was a single-movie contract. During the 1960s, Bronson had also appeared in Battle of the Bulge (1965) for de Laurentiis.
Are you going to bust him?
Chino Valdez: Do you know what it means... bustin' a horse?
Jamie Wagner: Showin' it you can't be thrown.
Chino Valdez: No, that ain't all of it. Bustin' a horse means just exactly that: you bust him. And that takes all the spunk out of a horse... it breaks him. ...
Chino's hat is on the counter when he knocks a man along the counter ant through the window. In the first shot from outside, the hat is nowhere to be seen, but when the sheriff comes in, he goes to the window and picks up the hat.