PG | | Drama, Romance, Western
A dying gunfighter spends his last days looking for a way to die with a minimum of pain and a maximum of dignity.
First and only theatrical film screenplay written by Miles Hood Swarthout and Scott Hale, the latter best known as an actor who appeared in several films directed by Don Siegel, who also shot this movie. Here, Miles adapts the script from a novel written by his father Glendon Swarthout.
Dr. E.W. Hostetler:
There - there's one more thing I'd say. Both of us have had a lot to do with death. I'm not a brave man, but you must be. Now, now, now, this is not advice. It's not even a suggestion. It's just something for you to reflect on while your mind's ...
John Bernard Books: ...
In the final shooting when the bartender shoots Mr. Books, the squib detonation wires are visible on the ground and leading up each man's leg.
The opening "Blue Mountain" Paramount logo which was used by the studio from 1975 thru 1987 is presented in black and white!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1Yek4oF2SA
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