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 »
Claude Akins and Dub Taylor also appeared together in "Movin' On: The Old South Will Rise Again", "Falling from Grace", "Black Gold", and "Laredo: Limit of the Law Larkin" and "Darkroom: Uncle George".
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...
The film is set during Theodore Roosevelt's tenure as President. That would have been between 1901 and 1909. It is stated that "Diamond" Jim Brady is promoting a big boxing match between "Gentleman" Jim Corbett and John L. Sullivan. Corbett fought Sullivan, but in 1892. The events depicted in the film happened in two entirely different eras.