Marshal Wyatt Earp kills a couple of men of the Clanton gang in a fight. In revenge, Clanton's thugs kill the Marshal's brother. Thus, Wyatt starts to chase the killers together with his friend Doc Holliday.
During the Alaska gold rush, prospector George sends partner Sam to Seattle to bring his fiancée but when it turns out that she married another man, Sam returns with a pretty substitute, the hostess of the Henhouse dance hall.
In Apache territory, a supply army column heads for the next fort, an ex-scout searches for the killer of his Indian wife, and a housewife abandons her husband in order to re-join her Apache lover's tribe.
In 1914, Nichols, a soldier, sick of killing, returns to his Arizona hometown, named after his family, and is strong-armed into serving as Sheriff by the Ketcham clan, who run the area. ... See full summary »
McCullough is "passing through on my way to Australia" when he takes a job in a gold rush town. After a startling display of marksmanship, he immediately arrests the youngest son of the evil landowner (Danby). A battle of hired guns begins as McCullough continues to tame the town and defeat the gunslingers with a combination of skill and wit.Written by
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James Stewart did this same show of expert marksmanship in Winchester '73 (1950) in order to win the one-of-a-kind Winchester '73 rifle in a shooting contest. Instead of a washer, he used an ornament from an Indian necklace with a hole in the center. To prove that he does indeed shoot through the center of the ornament for the second time, he places a postage stamp over the hole. See more »
When Prudy is grabbed in the butt by one of the fighters during the mud fight, you can see the exact same scene from a distance a few seconds before. The scene is used twice. See more »
Now, I will even watch James Garner in a bad movie. That whole worldly wise, yet winsome thing he has going makes you think of that best bud you had in junior high.
But this is actually a very good, drown yourself in a bag of popcorn, and laugh your cares away film.
Is it a western parody or humorous homage to some of the great character actors in American western? It certainly doesn't have a mean bone in its body and doesn't rely on shock humor to get you chuckling. This film respects its predecessors and has good clean fun with them.
It's a DVD you can easily find for under $10, and well worth it.
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