PG | | Romance, Western
Michel Legrand was originally hired to compose the musical score. He composed his score in Paris in May 1973 and recorded a little over 20 minutes of it in Hollywood the following month, but director Richard C. Sarafian and studio executives James Aubrey and Daniel Melnick informed him that his score was not what they felt the film needed, and dismissed him.
He wanted to be a leader like his father. He ended up being an imitation white man.
During the opening credits Catherine is riding "side saddle" but her legs are both on the right side of the horse, which is the "wrong" side for an English ladies' saddle. The film is flopped in this shot as later she has her legs on the proper side.