After the Ranger is shot, there is visible blood around a wound on his right arm. As the movie continues from that point. the blood becomes less and less as the Ranger favors his arm less and less. Finally, the blood is gone and the Ranger conducts himself as if nothing has happened. He receives no medical attention other than drinking from a pond. See more
When factories first began to send their pall of smoke over the cities, and farmlands in the east offered only the barest living, Americans turned their faces toward the west. They poured into the new territories by thousands; bringing their household goods, fording the might rivers, and climbing the mountains. Fighting Indians and outlaws, praying, toiling, dying. It was a hard land, a hostile land. Only the strong survived. A new American breed, the Pioneer. In this forge, ...
William Tell Overture
Written by Gioachino Rossini
[Played over the opening credits and reprised at the end] See more