TV Movie | Not Rated | | Western
The Gambler Brady Hawkes is back and he's about to lose his primary means of livelihood, when a law banning gambling is about to be passed. But in honor of that there's going to be one last... See full summary »
This movie reunited many of the stars from 1950s and '60s TV westerns including Chuck Connors and Johnny Crawford from The Rifleman, Hugh O'Brain from Wyatt Earp, Clint Walker from Cheyenne, Jim Drury and Doug McClure from the Virginian and from the 1970's David Carradine from Kung Fu, all playing their old characters.
Ah, Mr. Hawkes. I heard you were here in Juarez.
Brady Hawkes: And I heard that you were patrolling this neck of the woods. My information was good.
Col. Volcar: What's good is when a man can mix business with pleasure.
Brady Hawkes: My business is your pleasure, unless you're too tired to...
If you watch Burgundy shooting the gun while Brady and Cantrell are about to be hung, the magazine can be seen at different levels of capacity. There was continuous firing, however, Burgundy never reloads the gun.
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