After Jesse James is wounded by a bullet to the chest, Frank James splits the gang up and plans a rendezvous in four days time. With U.S.-Marshall Kane in hot pursuit, and betrayal within ...
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After Jesse James is wounded by a bullet to the chest, Frank James splits the gang up and plans a rendezvous in four days time. With U.S.-Marshall Kane in hot pursuit, and betrayal within the outlaw band, the stage is set for a blazing and climactic shootout in the deserted town of 'Gila Wells'. Written by
This film takes place in the late 1860's, shortly after the end of the Civil War. Yet the U.S. Cavalry troopers and most of the armed civilians are carrying Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army revolvers. That firearm was not issued to the Cavalry until 1874, and it didn't became available to the civilian population until a year or two later. See more »
So unrealistic it was laughable. Why do people waste their money making a movie like this?
Everyone's clothes were so clean, they look new in every scene. Horses are just left everywhere without be tied up. Jessie and Frank just happen to meet, fall in love, and end up kissing the two hottest chicks in the South. (All in about 2 days time.)
Jessie gets a bullet dug out of his shoulder and within minutes is smiling and joking and riding his horse the next day. And these aren't just uneducated grown up farm boys. They are polished philosophers who can speak eloquently about the meaning of life.
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