The South is losing the Civil War and the coffers are nearly empty. A group of Confederate spies steals a shipment of gold in San Francisco and attempts to deliver it to a Confederate general in El Paso. Others know about the gold and seek to steal it from them, but the spies have a secret weapon: a guitar that shoots bullets.... Written by
George S. Davis
ROY ORBISON ON THE SCREEN AT LAST AS A SINGIN' SHOOTIN' SON OF A GUN (all original posters-all caps)
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Did You Know?
Douglas Kennedy was quoted as saying after the film's release "Well, Roy (Orbison) was no actor, but after walking in on him in his trailer, I can tell you he has a tallywhacker like an industrial spanner! So I spare him no sympathy". See more
Don't move, fella. In case you're interested, I can kill you with this - and play your funeral march at the same time. So just drop the gun.
Composed by Roy Orbison
and Bill Dees
Performed by Roy Orbison
(uncredited) See more