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Billy Dobbs
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Duell McCall visits his old girlfriend, Nora, and learns that she gave birth to his child. He wants to stay but he is still a wanted man. So, Sheriff Campbell suggests that if he brings in this notorious criminal, who's been plaguing the territory, he might be able to get a pardon. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Duell McCall: Are you still after the bounty on my head?
Charlie Cates: No, I gave up that line of work. It's too dangerous.
Duell McCall: Well, cheating at cards ain't a whole hell of a lot safer.
Charlie Cates: I wasn't cheating. Cards aren't my main occupation anyhow.
Duell McCall: What is?
Charlie Cates: Damn if I know.
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Avoid at all Costs
31 January 2005 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

I'll be brief: There's nothing good about this movie-if you can actually classify it as a movie; it's like a montage of poor reenactments of scenes from other Westerns. It looks like the producer saw the armored wagon from John Waynes's "The War Wagen" sitting around gathering dust in a studio garage and decided to film a bunch of extra's watching it blow up. Note I said "watching" because it blows up when a small log full of powder swings down on a rope and hits it. Add in the rainstorm in the canyon, (the one where the DP failed to notice a patch of sunlight showing on the edge of the frame), shake out the cheapest looking avalanche sequence since "Sky King", mix in a lot of atrocious acting and matching dialogue that can only aspire to comic book quality, and edit into oblivion.

Nothing exciting, nothing remotely interesting (except Richard Farmsworth's embarrassed presence-hopefully he was well paid). Blech.


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