It's 1933, in the midst of the Depression and Prohibition. Calif, a stranger with a past walks into Spooner, Missouri on his way from Michigan to California. He hires on with Lute Wade to earn some travelling money, but gets entangled in a bad family situation: Lute's daughter is married to Sidney, a good-for-nothing drunk that frequents the rural equivalent of a whorehouse and beats his wife and is just waiting for Lute to kick the bucket to get his money. When Sidney and a local wacko preacher begin orchestrating a smear campaign against Calif, he finds it difficult to conceal his past and his growing affection for Sidney's wife.
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...leaves a taste of evil!
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The closing quote "One man's evil can become the curse of all," is taken from "The Moral Sayings of Publilius Syrus, a Roman slave: From the Latin." In the book, saying 463 is translated as, "One man's wickedness may easily become all men's curse." See more
Hanna eh? Look's like Maggie Marie was right. You taking a shine to my woman boy?
Well damned if you aren't. So that's way you come busting into her room the other night like some little old banty roaster. You're sniffing after her aren't ya boy? Answer me! ANSWER ME! So you got a yearning after my woman eh? Well boy you go ahead and do what you can with her, you're wasting you time. Anna gets riled with me and she hates a lot of things that I do but she's MY woman boy, my woman, and do...
Closing quote: "One man's evil can become the curse of all." --Publilius Syrus See more