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I worked 14 days on this picture. I supplied props, which included nearly all of the guns and all the gun leather. I supplied at least a third of the costume.I started out as crew but was given bits to do as the town drunk, including having Mr Vaughn knock me down. In the scene where the Indian throws the tomahawk past the girl's head, I am the one who did that stunt. After getting a haircut and shave, I was given the part of the orderly when the actor cast for that part didn't show up. It is not the worst film that I ever worked on. The others just never made it to video or the screen. It had some really nice people working on it. I enjoyed knowing them. I feel privileged to have worked on this film, if for no other reason than the experience it afforded me. Town drunk/Orderly
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