Released at a time when musicals were rapidly going out of fashion, the film went notoriously over budget and behind schedule. Opening to mostly negative reviews, it was not the huge box office success that the producers had hoped. See more
While working in the "mine", Ben Rumson can clearly be seen wearing a carbide lamp. Carbide lamps were not developed until 1892, but the movie is set in 1849. See more
Where I come from, Mr. Rumson, we're cautious of strangers who talk in an easy manner.
Oh. You've got me down as some kind of low scuff from New Orleans, hm? Sell you patent medicine with one hand, pinch your purse with the other?
Matter of fact, that's kind of what I was thinkin'.
As a matter of fact, Pardner, you're right. But I ain't yet sunk to horse stealin'. Oh, I've salted claims, yeah. And I've sold whiskey to Injuns. And once a man in Walla Walla come at me with a gun and I killed him....
There's A Coach Comin' In
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Sung by Harve Presnell
& The Chorus See more