Marshall Cowan and the mercenary Miller are both separately hunting the outlaw Catlow. During the Civil War both Cowan and the always smiling Catlow were comrades. Catlow helps Cowan, when he is wounded in the right leg by an arrow from the Apaches, despite Cowan hunting him. Catlow escapes with help of his gang. Catlow then robes a Mexican gold shipment, worth $ 2,000,000. Catlow flies with the stolen gold through the dangerous territory of the Apaches who besides of Miller, Cowan and the Mexican cavalry, are hunting for him and his gang of outlaws. Written by
Everyone Wants Catlow Dead and Buried
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Did You Know?
mentioned this film in both of his autobiographies because it gave him a chance to break away from his role as Spock on Star Trek
(1966). He mentioned that the time he made the film was one of the happiest of his life, even though his part was rather brief. See more
When Cowan is riding through the canyon at the start of the film he sees a
chukkar partridge on a rock. This could not happen in the post Civil War era, as this bird was not introduced into the U.S. from Afghanistan until the 1920's as a game bird. See more
Well, you see, all I own is a couple of guns and a tin star and, of course, a beautiful new horse and saddle.
Is that how you judge the worth of a man? By how much he owns?
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Sun On My Face
Composed and Arranged by Roy Budd
Performed by Roy Budd And His Orchestra See more