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Quirt Evans, an all round bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth a quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in.
He lived only for revenge...She lived only for his love!
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In the opening scene composer Richard Hageman reuses music he originally wrote for the 1941 Wartime thriller, "Paris Calling" with Basil Rathbone. See more
The small bag of gold double eagles is thrown to Quirt at the beginning. Gold at the time was $20 a troy ounce and would have consisted of 250 coins. At 14 ounces to the pound, it would have weighed 187.5 pounds, not the mere few pounds the few silver dollars it likely contained. See more
[Carson is getting ready to mount and leave the Worth farm with his baskets of baked goods
Hold my plunder while I get aboard, will ya?
You know, Mrs. Worth is gonna keep me supplied in pies and I'm gonna bring her over a quarter of beef now and then. Finally come to an understandin' with my neighbors.
You sure did.
Oh, well, course, you know I was just scared to death when I made that speech to them people. I'm glad you made me do it. makes me feel good. Adios, amigo.
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A Little Bit Different
Written by Kim Gannon
and Walter Kent
Performed by Joan Barton See more