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.
Books and Bond ride in a buggy that Gillom says is only used for funerals, an ominous point. The final scene shows the same buggy parked on the street with the top up, as if in readiness for a funeral.
John Bernard Books:
What about the other one, Mike Sweeney?
Gillom Rogers: Now you watch out for him, Mr. Books. He's mean, and he hates you.
John Bernard Books: Well, we'll see if we can't clear that up tomorrow.
When Sweeney drives up and stops his automobile outside the Metropole, there is a visible "stop" device for the car placed on the ground at the left front wheel.
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