TV Movie | | Western
The story of frontiersman Tom Horn, and his career as a cavalry scout, a tracker, a Pinkerton agent and a range detective, and the final events in his life that led to his tragic death.
Contrary to the statement at the beginning of the film, Geronimo never was captured. Geronimo surrendered and met with United States Military officers, surrendering to General Miles on September 4, 1886 at Skeleton Canyon, Arizona. A pile of stones still marks the site of Geronimo's surrender. Tom Horn personally escorted Geronimo to the train station at Bowie Arizona that transported the Apache captives into exile in Florida. Tom Horn had much admiration for the old Apache war leader and never tarnished or defamed Geronimo's exploits.
You like that girl? Too skinny. You listen to me now and save your grief later. The best thing a woman can be is fat. Once they're fat, they don't expect nothing. Should be sad too. Woman that ain't sad, ain't worth spit.
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