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Story follows a stagecoach ride through Old West Apache territory. On board are a cavalry man's pregnant wife, a prostitute with a broken heart, a Marshal taking in his prisoner Johnny Ringo, a crooked gambler, and the infamous Doc Holliday. Written by
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Early in the trip the coach driver and the sheriff take turns with the reins long enough for each to remove his coat. The sun is getting brighter and the idea is conveyed that it is getting warmer. Then, there is a scene, maybe when they pick up Ringo, when their coats are on their bodies again. However, immediately after that their coats are once more off. See more »
Sorry I'm one of those sad people that loves this film because of it's cheesiness. I adore "The Outlaws" and sometimes that's enough. This is the third version f this film that I have seen and even though I am a huge John Wayne fan, his version loses out by being made so long ago. It was one of those movies I tend to forget when listing my favourites. Then there was Alex Cord (Archangel from Airwolf), blessed with Bing Crosby as Doc Holliday and Ann Margret as "Dallas" that one had some great points. I appreciate that Kris is a bit old to be a "Kid" but hey the whole cast is getting on a bit. This film is a must for those who enjoyed the old Kenny Rogers series "The Gambler", well that was me....actually probably only me.
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