The town constable, Bob Valdez, is forced to kill someone accused by Frank Tanner of being a murderer. Valdez asks Tanner for monetary help for the man's wife, but he is ridiculed and almost killed by Tanner's henchmen. Valdez recovers and summons up his days in the U.S. Cavalry in order to fight them. Valdez wounds one of the henchmen and sends him back to Tanner with the message, "Valdez is coming."
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In this movie, Valdez appears as a part-time shotgun rider on the Hatch & Hodges stagecoach. Writer of the novel that this movie is based on used the same stagecoach service in other novels like Hombre (a Paul Newman movie) and Last Stand at Saber River. See more
Before Valdez shoots from long distance in the valley, Tanner's man Segundo says he has already killed 5 men. After the valley ambush, when Sugundo meets up with Valdez, he confirms there were a total of 11 killed. However, Segundo told Tanner there were 5 more killed in the valley, so Valdez should have said a total of only 10. See more
She never smiles. If she were my woman, I would make her smile.
Referenced in Minnie and Moskowitz