When a shady-looking stranger rides into town to join his old friend it is assumed he is a hired gun. But as the new man comes to realise the unlawful nature of his buddy's business and the way the homesteaders are being used, the two men draw apart to become sworn enemies. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Straight from the rip-roaring pages of the famous Saturday Evening Post serial story of blood and thunder in the old West! (1948 Life Magazine ad & 6-column newspaper ad)
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Beause director Robert Wise thought that it was unnatural that the winner of a Western brawl usually finished the fight vigorously, he made it a point that both fighters would be exhausted and worn out at the end of this one. See more
Here's the item we were talking about the other day. I think you'll find it satisfactory.
United States dollars are usually satisfactory, aren't they?