After Will Fulton breaks his leg while rescuing Mark McCain who has slipped off the edge of a cliff, he recuperates at the McCain ranch. Will and his brother Hank are outlaws with a posse looking for them. Will is an angry young man but his stay with the McCains softens him, especially after he meets the pretty Ann Bard. He begins to reassess his choices and realizes that he must choose which path he will take in life. Written by
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Carolyn Craig, that plays Ann Bard, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 1970. On the death certificate 'suicide' was left off due to family wishes. Death is just listed as 'gunshot wound'. See more
After Lucas replaced he wagon wheel after greasing the axle, he is at first loosening the nut (counter-clockwise) and then in the next scene tightening it (clockwise). Since the wheel had been replaced, he should have been tightening it. See more
[to Mark who remarked that an outlaw's life seems like a lot of fun
It's seemed like a lot of things to me in the last couple of years, but it never seemed like fun. What's fun about being chased all the time, never staying in one place long enough to know anybody, never knowing where your next meal is coming from, never having anybody trust you or being able to trust anyone else? Like right now, we're playing checkers and all the time I have to keep my eye on that door. It's not fun... It's ...