TV Movie | TV-14 | | Action, Drama, Western
After the Civil War, a returning Confederate veteran must reclaim his Arizona land and homestead from the Yankee carpetbaggers who illegally occupy it.
This was Harry Carey Jr.'s final acting role before his death on December 27, 2012 at the age of 91.
How many heifers are you gonna buy?
Davis Cable: Daddy's going to Mexico to buy a 1000 head.
Paul Cable: More like 50, but I like your confidence.
Paul Cable uses a Richards conversion of the Colt 1860 Army revolver, and is shown shooting and reloading the revolver with cartridges. The story is set in 1865 at the close of the US Civil War, but the Richards conversion was not introduced until 1873. However, while factory made cartridge conversions may not have been readily available until this time, the movie takes efforts to address this by having Paul Cable's wife and father-in-law working on cartridge converted pistols in their workshop. This occurs early in the movie, with Cable's wife telling a young cowboy about the modifications that had been made to his Colt percussion revolver, which includes a cartridge converted cylinder and ejector rod. An allusion is also made to the fact that Cable's wife had done similar work on Cable's own revolver.