Marshal Flagg, an aging lawman about to be retired, hears that his old nemesis, the outlaw McKaye, is back in the area and planning a robbery. Riding out to hunt down McKaye, Flagg is captured by McKaye's gang and finds out that McKaye is no longer the leader of the gang, but is considered just an aging relic by the new leader, a youngster named Waco. Waco orders Mackaye to shoot Flagg, and when Mackaye refuses Waco abandons both of them. Flagg then takes Mackaye back to town only to find out that he has been "retired", and when he sees how clueless and incompetent the new marshal and the city fathers are, he persuades Mackaye that it is up to the two of them to stop Waco and his gang from ravaging the town.
The last of The Wildest Bunch shoots it out with a new breed of gunslinging glory-seekers.
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Did You Know?
The red car, which gets cut in half by a train, is one of the "Leslie Specials" from The Great Race
(1965). See more
When Flagg and McKay are running along the roof of the train, the view from inside the train shows their shadows on the cliff wall beside the tracks level with their actual position on the roof, as though the sun were nearly on the horizon throwing their shadow straight onto the cliff wall directly behind them. But when the view switches to overhead on top of the train, their shadows are directly below them as though the sun were directly overhead. This same pattern is repeated several times, camera overhead showing their shadow directly below them, then inside showing their shadows on the cliff wall out to the side. See more
[talking about the plan to stop the train
Why don't you take McKay here with you?
He's one of 'em!
No he isn't... not any more... are you, Mr. McKay?
No, ma'am... not after they shot Grundy...
For He's A Jolly Good Fellow
Sung at Flagg's retirement presentation See more