PG | | Adventure, Western
A Montana bounty hunter and an anthropologist discover a tribe of Native Americans living in a settlement isolated from the rest of the world.
By some accounts, tribes tested the true fear levels of the prisoners they captured by allowing the prisoners to have the ropes on them to be loose or even unteathered to see if they would try to run away.
I'd say most of what I'm telling you is true. And the rest... well, the rest is the West.
When Deputy Briggs confronts Louis outside the pharmacy by pointing his sidearm at him, he cocks his Smith & Wesson double-action pistol. No properly trained peace officer would do that -especially a double action semi auto -as it is unnecessary and makes the weapon extremely unsafe. Also, every pistol in this movie seems to make the same cocking sound, Louis's single action Colt, Brigg's and Sheriff Deegan's double-action Smith & Wessons. Neither weapon makes that sound when cocked.
There are now three versions of the film. One with the narration by Wilford Brimley. Then there is a version now running on cable movie channels with a guy talking as Louis Gates, that nobody knows who he is. And then there is a plain version without any narration at all.
$2,520,206 10 September 1995