PG | | Crime, Drama, Sport
The adventures of a drifter turned illegal prize-fighter during the Depression Era in New Orleans.
According to Walter Hill, Charles Bronson "was in remarkable physical condition for a guy his age; I think he was about 52 at the time. He had excellent coordination, and a splendid build. His one problem was that he was a smoker, so he didn't have a lot of stamina. I mean, he probably could have kicked anybody's ass on that movie, but he couldn't fight much longer than 30 or 40 seconds."
If things don't work out, who gets to do the job on him?
Card player: We take turns.
Jim Henry: Uh-uh. This time, I get to do it.
Speed: That's right; you ain't won one in a while, have you?
Speed: He really cleaned your clock, didn't he?
When the Cajun band is playing on the platform by the river, a paddle-wheel steamboat travels by. Though the boat is clearly moving faster than the current and driven by an external power source, its paddle-wheel is not turning.