Tom Logan is a horse thief. Rancher David Braxton has horses, and a daughter, worth stealing. But Braxton has just hired Lee Clayton, an infamous "regulator", to hunt down the horse thieves; one at a time.
One Steals, One Kills, One Loves, One Dies
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was not happy with the way this film turned out, how his script, he believed, was essentially used as a basis for improvisation, and the way it was received by critics and the public alike. See more
When Tom frees the colt, his shirt is covered in wet mud. A second later it has all dried up. See more
The first time I saw this country, it had buffalo grass and bluejoint up to the stirrups. By the second year, we had eight thousand Texas half-bred cattle and over three thousand five hundred volumes of English literature in my library.
Hell, we just cut out the unbranded stock and divided up even among outfits. There was no arguin' over mavericks like today.
You got it good today.
Two percent annual loss then, now it's seven from rustling alone, not to mention winterkill, calving loss, miring ...
The original UK cinema version was cut for a 'AA' (15) certificate by the BBFC to edit a sex scene, a shooting, a shot of a spike hitting a man's forehead, and blood dripping from a man's mouth. The cuts were fully restored in the 1987 video release, though the later 2004 DVD version was slightly re-edited owing to print damage. See more
Referenced in I skoni pou peftei
Written by Stephen Foster
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