When greedy land-grabber, Bloomington, destroys his family, Isaiah, knows nothing about the world, but vows to someday get revenge. He learns about good and evil by being forced to rob a bank and then capturing the gang. He learns how to live off the land from Otter Bob, the "Best Mountain Man in Texas". He learns about friendship and loyalty after saving the life of Cortina, the "Hero of the Mexican People". He learns how to shoot from Nat Love. He learns about love from Stagecoach Mary. It finally comes down to a showdown with the notorious Undertaker, who's working for Bloomington. But, there's something about The Undertaker that makes this worse since there's a rumor the he killed Isaiah's brother, Jedediah. Written by
He followed no rules. He lived by no laws. He had no clue.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for Wild West violence, language and some sex-related material
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Did You Know?
W. Earl Brown's character "Calloway" is named for the high school he went to, Calloway County High School in Murray, Ky. See more
When the Cherokee kid and Nat Love are sitting in jail, first Nat is leaning against the wall by the cell door, then in the next shot he is leaning against the back wall. See more
You tell'm. You tell'm!
Referenced in Pi