A gunslinger attempts to hang up his hardware and help his younger brother raise cattle. The local attorney, whose brother the gunslinger shot in a fair fight, is determined to swindle the men out of their ranch by preventing a supply deal with the railroad, then using his bodyguard to bushwhack the younger brother. Written by
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The entire 75 minute film was shot in only five days. See more
When Miley Sutton (John Smith) is prevented from leaving the building after knocking down the banker, his right arm holding the gun is shown exposed to the elbow from inside the doorway, then the view switches to the same doorway from outside and only his hand holding the gun is visible. See more
I think Tracy and I see even clearer than you what this thing means. It isn't just saving the land, it isn't just foreclosing on a piece of property - it's foreclosing on a man's life.
It isn't easy to join the human race again once you've been drummed out, but we'll try.
Referenced in Shadows