In 1900, unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to take advantage of a new law and make millions off California redwood. Much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by a Quaker colony, who try to persuade him to spare the giant sequoias...but these are the very trees he wants most. Expert at manipulating others, Fallon finds that other sharks are at his own heels, and forms an unlikely alliance. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
According to Kirk Douglas
in his autobiography "The Ragman's Son", he agreed to act in this film for free, in order to end his contract with Warner Bros. He later said, "It's a bad movie." See more
In the beginning of the film, Jim Fallon appears in the window opening the divided curtain with both hands. Then the curtain on his right-hand side remains open while he holds the other part with his left hand. In the following shot from inside, the part on his right-hand side is closed. See more
[Noticing the group of Quaker women with their distinctive attire
What are they all dressed up for?
There's a hallelujah colony around here... soul savers... rigid and religious.
[Referring to Alicia
The dark-haired one can save my soul anytime.
Remake of The Valley of the Giants
Bringing in the Sheaves
Written by Knowles Shaw
and George A. Minor
Sung by the Quakers See more