In the gambling scene at the Saloon, a close up shot was taken of coins on the table. The coins shown were Lincoln Cents (first minted in 1909) and a Washington Quarter (first minted in 1932). The setting in the movie is at the very best 1880's and the coins should have been the Seated Liberty Quarter minted from 1836 through 1891, and the Indian Head Penny minted from 1859 to 1909. See more »
[Trying to teach Selina, a novice, how to handle a revolver]
You need to learn how to draw before you learn how to shoot.
I don't need to learn how to draw! I need to learn how to kill a man!
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If you could make a movie about what really happened in Arizona in the late 19th century and what people really did and how they lived, not the polished, John Wayne type of movie, this would be it. The acting was rough. The dialog was rough. The reality was amazing. Real people doing real things. I liked it. It was refreshing. The score was great - not too intrusive with the perfect mix and not there at all when the scene was supposed to be silent like during a desert panorama! I could see myself and my family doing the same things those people did. The bad people were not entirely bad and good people were not entirely good. There is dirt and dust and weeds and heroes and cowards and plain folk just like real life. The horses sweat and so do the people.
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