Sam Longwood, a frontiersman who has seen better days, spies the gold-mine partner, Jack Colby, who ran off with all the gold from a mine they were prospecting fifteen years earlier. He tells his other partners from that time, Joe Knox and Billy, and they confront Colby demanding not only the thousand dollars he took but an addition fifty-nine thousand for their trouble. After being thwarted in this attempt, they, and a would-be whore named Thursday, hatch a plan to kidnap Colby's wife, Nancy Sue, who is coincidently Sam's old flame, but find that Nancy Sue is not the sweet girl that Sam remembers. Written by
The Poet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
They Weren't Forgotten By History...They Were Left Out On Purpose!
Did You Know?
In the counting wagon there is a small American flag with 50 stars. In 1908 (the year of the film) there would have been 45 stars, or if the flag was brand new it would have had 46 stars on account of Oklahoma joining the Union the year before. See more
[Sam rebuffs the romantic advances of Thursday
Where are you going, Sam?
I'm going into town to get my money from Jack Colby and then get shed of the bunch of ya! I've been shot five times, knifed twice, bit on the ass by a pig, stomped on by a horse and sat on by a mule and once, in the winter of '91, a grizzly chewed off my big toe. And I've survived two avalanches, three blizzards, five Indian uprisings and seven Presidential elections, but I've never been owned by no woman nor dog...and ...